Can You Die from an Overdose of Aspirin?

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Yes, death can occur from an overdose of Aspirin. Acetyl-salicylic acid is considered a mildly poisonous ingredient, and a overdose of this ingredient can cause a person to seize, enter into a coma, or even halt breathing capability.
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