I’ve been having an ongoing discussion about taking aspirin to help reduce
coronary disease problems. Here’s an article saying it’s good for you:

Aspirin can cut heart risk for the healthy:

The task force said those who could benefit from aspirin use are men over the age 40, postmenopausal women, and younger people with risk factors such as smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

The new report shows regular aspirin use reduced the risk of coronary heart
disease by 28 percent in healthy people who have never had a heart attack or
stroke.

And from the American Heart Association:

Studies show aspirin also helps prevent these events from occurring
in people at high risk (primary prevention).