Newer Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs May Be an Option if You Can’t Take Statins

Older adults are at particular risk for statin side effects.

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Statins—taken by more than 25 million Americans to combat the high cholesterol levels that can harm cardiovascular health—are highly effective when it comes to lowering the risk for cardiovascular-related events

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