Can’t Tolerate Statins? Try Them Again, Experts Advise.

There’s an excellent chance you will succeed the second time around.

Adults with high levels of LDL cholesterol are at significantly increased risk of heart attack. Cholesterol-lowering statins have been proven to lower this risk, even in people who are age 75 or older. If you stopped taking statins due to side effects such as leg muscle discomfort or weakness, you might want to give them […]
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