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  New studies on reducing risk of colon cancer, dementia

Long term aspirin use tied to lower colon cancer risk

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Low-dose aspirin, even if not taken daily, may reduce a woman's risk of colon cancer over the long term, according to a new study that did not find the same effect for other types of cancer. Full story

2 Your Health Aspirin reduces risk of colon cancer in women

A new study touts aspirin as a weapon for women against colon cancer. Full story

Aspirin Cuts Colon Cancer Risk, Study Suggests

Taking aspirin regularly may reduce the risk of most types of colon cancer, a new study suggests. Full story

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  For first time in 10 years, Vanessa Williams returns to Broadway

Actress Vanessa Williams joins Morning Joe to discuss her role as Jessie Mae Watts in the Broadway play "The Trip to Bountiful," which is the story of a woman who dreams of returning to her home town. Williams also discusses her campaign "Handbags & Hearts," which encourages women to learn about the

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