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Alex Jones covers Statin drugs

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Published on Aug 1, 2008

Statin drugs are killing people in mass. Wrong drug combos according to American Medical Association kill 300,000 people per year.

The government doesn't care about you. We are sick of you, government.
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Statin drugs expose patients to dangerous, debilitating side effects
http://www.naturalnews.com/021397.html

Millions of Americans take statin drugs to help lower their cholesterol, making it one of the most popular classes of prescription drugs on the market today, but like most prescription medications, these drugs are often unnecessary, as most Americans could lower their LDL (bad) cholesterol levels simply by changing their diet and lifestyle. However, we live in a world where people are looking for a quick fix, and doctors are eager to recommend "magic pills" to patients with any and all health concerns. The problem with these so-called "magic pills" is that they often end up doing more harm than good. Such is the case with Lipitor, the most popular of the five statin drugs available today.

In 2001, patients filled more than 57 million prescriptions for Lipitor, a drug that promises to reduce high levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol while increasing levels of HDL (good) cholesterol. Proponents of Lipitor and other statin drugs claim that they, in addition to normalizing cholesterol levels, can reduce inflammation and reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and heart-related deaths in general. What doctors and pharmacists are less likely to explain in full to patients, however, are the potential side effects of drugs like Lipitor -- side effects that can outweigh any potential good the drugs might purport to do.

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List of statin drugs:
Lovastatin, AKA Mevacor and Altocor.
Simvastatin, AKA , Zocor.
Atorvastatin. AKA of Lipitor.
Fluvastatin.AKA of Lescol.
Pravastatin. AKA of Pravachol.
Rosuvastatin. AKA of Crestor.

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