Combination Cholesterol Drugs Show No Added Heart Benefits
The combination of statins and niacin, both cholesterol modifying medications, doesn't reduce the chances of having a heart attack, according to findings by the AIM-HIGH trial conducted by the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, an arm of the National Institutes of Health.
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#1 May 28, 2011
My cholesterol is in check due to the Niacin and Red yeast rice.
I would never do a Statin drug. Too many people with Alzheimer desease and Dementia.
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