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How Does Low-Dose Aspirin Work?
Baby aspirin is a life saver for many adults! A video lesson discusses the effect aspirin has on blood even in low doses. Learners discover how aspirin changes blood clots—a key to preventing medical conditions such as heart attacks and strokes.
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- Have pupils record new and unfamiliar vocabulary to define after watching the video
- Reinforce the sentiment that the video is not meant to offer medical advice
- Expects a strong understanding of the circulatory system
- Focuses on the chemical makeup of aspirin
- Uses images to reinforce the content
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