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A major new study, which includes data from more than 160,000 people, concludes the risk of major internal bleeding significantly outweighs the benefit of aspirin among those with no history of heart disease.
The University of Cambridge study showed that even in cities with high pollution levels, the benefits outweigh the risks.
Even in cities with high levels of pollution the benefits of physical activity outweigh the harms, according to the University of Cambridge.
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"Pertemp's needs were not enough to outweigh building in the green belt."
With this week's DVD release of Star Trek into Darkness, now is a good time to evaluate or reevaluate the oft-stated Star Trek claim, "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few" (or "the one").
-- The benefits of Yasmin and other drospirenone-containing oral contraceptives outweigh their risks, but more information about the agents" risk-benefit profile needs to be added to the labels, according the majority of a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel.
AN independent review of NHS breast screening is under way after researchers suggested the harms may outweigh the benefits.
The star is currently promoting her new perfume - and she said the positives of fame completely outweigh the negatives.
The outside panel voted 12-4 with one abstention that Crestor's benefits outweigh its risks in patients with normal cholesterol and no history of heart disease, setting the stage for a dramatic expansion of a drug that is already a blockbuster.
Summary: Experts say children should not be given the swine flu drug Tamiflu because its harms could outweigh any benefits.
"If you're concerned about cardiovascular disease (CVD), it makes sense to think about taking aspirin, because it can provide such a great benefit in terms of prevention," says Rosanne Leipzig, MD, editor-in-chief of Focus on Healthy Aging and a member of the USPSTE "For most people under age 80, the benefits usually outweigh the risks, but you need to talk with your doctor about your individual risks."