WASHINGTON, D.C. -
Millions of people use them to help prevent heart attacks and strokes, but regular use of the drug could lead to other problems.
A new study found that regular use of Aspirin can increase the risk of vision loss as you age.
The study involved over 2,000 Australian men.
Researchers found that those who routinely took Aspirin were more likely to develop age-related macular degeneration.
The study is not the first to link Aspirin and macular degeneration, but other research has produced conflicting results.