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Harvard researchers found that up to 40 million healthy Americans still take daily aspirin to prevent heart attack or stroke, a routine no longer recommended by doctors. New 2019 guidelines only advise aspirin for those who diagnosed with heart disease or already had a heart attack or stroke.