A review of the published statin research revealed a categorical lack of evidence to support the use of statin therapy in primary prevention of heart attacks.
Critically ill patients underwent statin drug testing because it was thought that statin therapy may decrease the mortality of ICU ventilator-assisted patient. In the end, more people died in the statin group than in the placebo group.
A new study reveals that the drug class known as statins is significantly increasing the risk of cataracts within exposed populations.
Statin drugs may very well become the largest criminal act ever committed upon the American public, eclipsing the Vioxx scandal that is responsible for more than 60,000 deaths. But no one goes to prison and the drug sales continue.
A recent (2013) study found that high cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol levels in subjects over 50 years was associated with lowered all-cause mortality.
Cholesterol is essential to our overall health, yet a new class of cholesterol drugs known as PCSK9 inhibitors promises to reduce LDL cholesterol levels to previously unheard of lows. This type of drug can drop your level below 50!
Ubiquinol, the reduced form of CoQ10, effectively rescues cells from the damage caused by a statin drug thereby protecting muscle cells from myopathies. Patients with statin-associated myopathy who took CoQ10 show significant benefit.
Big Pharma has scared us into thinking that if we don’t lower our cholesterol, we are a ticking time bomb that will eventually end with a heart attack. A recent study shows that women users of statins for 10 years or longer had a much higher risk of breast cancer, compared to never users.
Research shows that if you take a statin drug, you’re likely to forfeit any and all health benefits of your exercise. Statin drugs, which millions are taking as a form of “preventive medicine” to protect their heart health, can have detrimental effects on your heart.
According to a report published by JAMA Internal Medicine, cholesterol-lowering drugs (statins) have been linked to musculoskeletal and joint injuries and adverse events especially in those pursuing physical activity.