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The never-ending push-pull of statins | ACP Internist

Statins have proven their potential to reduce end-point outcomes, such as death from cardiovascular disease. But the drug class also has some downsides, and the pros and the cons become a close call.

Statins and fatigue : ACP Internist

Over 6 years ago I wrote this post, " Why patients stop taking statins! " Whether the statins were causing problems in these two otherwise h...

The statin controversy : ACP Internist

A friend asked me recently about statins. He takes a statin for primary prevention, but is concerned that he has muscle pain and weakness as...

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Statins, polypills, and more from JUPITER : ACP Internist

Not surprisingly, the American College of Cardiology '09 meeting underway in Orlando is chock-a-block with new studies about statins. Herewi...

Statins and exercise : ACP Internist

Several years ago, one of my best friends complained that a statin was interfering with his exercise routine. While I believed him, I was a ...

FDA Updates Archives | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

Europe's take on America's statins guidelines : ACP Internist

In November 2013 the American Heart Association released new recommendations on who should be taking “statins” (drugs like Lipitor/atorvasta...

QD: News Every Day--Statins rose tenfold as their use in primary prevention is questioned : ACP Internist

The percentage of adults 45 years of age and over taking statins increased from 2% in 1988-1994 to 25% in 2005-2008, reports the chartbook "...

Assess statin-associated myalgia on a patient-by-patient basis | ACP Internist

Statin-associated muscle pain is controversial and poorly understood. But the consequence of stopping cholesterol drugs has a much clearer downside. Counsel patients on potential side effects, and let them know that switching is preferable to

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