Pentagon Pulls Aspirin from War Zones
Aspirin is great for people with heart problems, doctors will attest, but not so good for soldiers heading into combat zones. That’s why the Defense Department’s Army and Air Force Exchange Service is pulling all products containing aspirin from stores located on military bases, and why a top Pentagon health official has ordered troops to stop taking aspirin 10 days before deploying to places like Iraq or Afghanistan.
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