Of course, I looked up information on the subject online.
Recommendations for aspirin use have been changing over time and some people for whom it was once recommended should no longer be taking it.
According to the American Heart Association, if you're taking aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke, there's a chance you may not need to be popping the little white pills at all.
Patients who take aspirin should ask their doctors whether it is still the right drug for them.
However, new tests reveal that aspirin is likely to fight deadly skin cancer.
With all the conflicting evidence and test results, it's hard to know what to do. I feel like stopping all medication, but I guess we have to rely on what our doctor prescribes. I'm sure they have our best interests at heart. Boom, boom.
I guess mine happened in my thirties, when my children were old enough to attend school, freeing me to 'find myself'. Back in the day (we're talking the seventies), very few women in Australia worked. I ran a craft shop from the corner room built into my home a century before. I spun my own wool while I spoke to tourists in the little cray-fishing village of Robe, South Australia close to the town of Kingston. (Now, the crustaceans are called lobsters and are mostly exported to America.) We ate fresh lobster supplied directly from the boats in the harbor at the end of the day. I cooked them in a large pot in a gas burner outside so the house didn't get too hot. I still remember the sweet, succulent taste and the firm texture.
Research last week revealed thirty-four as the age when we are at our happiest, so I'm right about the time-frame.
What were you doing at that period of your life?