A new study released this week shows that a high percent of the population may not be aspirin resistant like they once thought. While notable doctors have guessed that anywhere between 5-40 percent of the American population was resistant to the pain reliever, the study from the University of Pennsylvania shows it's the coating on the pill that changes the way the drug enters the body for some.
It seems this study was done with a pool of healthy adults who were screened for their ability to resist aspirin. Another caveat? Well, Bayer, the famous aspirin company, funded most of this new study. So the response noting none of the 400 healthy adults were resistant seems well worth the money.
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