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Statin Use for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Adults
This animated summary video reviews the USPSTF Recommendation Statement recommending use of statins for primary prevention of CVD in adults aged 40-75 who have ≥1 CVD risk factors and a calculated CVD event risk ≥10%. Learn more at jamastatins.com.
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Statins and Cholesterol
Statins are one of the most highly prescribed and commercially successful drugs in modern society, due to their ability to decrease LDL-cholesterol and lower the risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Learn more about the history, mechanism, and side effects of statins in this episode of Medicurio. Other lipoprotein particles: You may have heard of LDL cholesterol as "bad" cholesterol because it clogs up the blood vessels with plaque. Its counterpart, HDL or "good" cholesterol does the opposite - HDL particles move throughout the bloodstream and pick up any cholesterol it finds and brings it back to the liver. Often times, plaque formation is dependent on both how much LDL and how little HDL there is in the blood. Dr. Endo's story on his discovery of compactin: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3108295/ CVD Risk Calculator by the American College of Cardiology: http://tools.acc.org/ASCVD-Risk-Estimator-Plus/ References: Hajar R. Statins: Past and Present. Heart Views : The Official Journal of the Gulf Heart Association. 2011;12(3):121-127. Thompson, P. D., Clarkson, P., Karas, R. H. (2003). Statin-associated myopathy. Journal of American Medical Association, 289(13): 1681-1690. Golomb, B. A., & Evans, M. A. (2008). Statin Adverse Effects: A Review of the Literature and Evidence for a Mitochondrial Mechanism. American Journal of Cardiovascular Drugs : Drugs, Devices, and Other Interventions, 8(6), 373–418.
Views: 24390 Medicurio
How do statins prevent heart attacks and strokes?
Statins are the most commonly prescribed medications in the UK. Our animation explains more about statins, including why you might need them, when to take them and the research that shows why they’re effective. See if you can tell statin fact from fiction at bhf.org.uk/statins
In this video lecture, Professor Fink reviews the pathophysiology of Cardiovascular Disease (describing relationships between atherosclerosis, increased risk of blood clots, hypertension and heart failure). Professor Fink then describes the actions & uses of the "Statins" (HMG Co-A Reductase Inhibitors), Cholsterol Absorption Inhibitors [ezetimibe (Zetia)), and the Anticoagulants (warfarin & heparin), and the Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors [including aspirin & clopidogrel (Plavix)]. Check-out professor fink's web-site for additional resources in Biology, Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology: www.professorfink.com Down-loadable e-Books of the Lecture Outlines by Professor Fink can be purchased from the WLAC Bookstore at: https://wlac.redshelf.com/ “Hard Copy” Lecture Outlines can be purchased from the WLAC Bookstore at: http://onlinestore.wlac.edu/fink.asp
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The Statins Myth: Heart of the Matter (Part 2)
In October 2013, Catalyst aired Heart of the Matter – a two part program dealing with statins, cholesterol and heart disease. Following a number of complaints, the ABC’s independent Audience and Consumer Affairs Unit investigated the programs. While acknowledging the importance of public health issues relating to the efficacy of heart disease treatment and the contrasting opinions of highly-qualified scientists, the A&CA has concluded that while both programs met the ABC’s editorial standards for accuracy, a section of part two was found to breach impartiality standards. The full investigation report can be viewed here http://about.abc.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Catalyst-Heart-of-the-Matter-ACA-Investigation-Report.pdf. Please note: As was emphasised in the Heart of the Matter program, viewers should not make any changes to their prescribed regimen of medications without seeking appropriate medical advice
Views: 19728 The Indegraph Times
Are statins effective when it comes to preventing heart disease?
Is high cholesterol and LDL dangerous – or could it actually be protective? If so – what is a better predictor of heart disease? And is it a good idea to treat high cholesterol with drugs? In this presentation, researcher Dr. David Diamond turns everything we think we know about cholesterol on its head. Full presentation: https://www.dietdoctor.com/are-statins-effective-when-it-comes-to-preventing-heart-disease
Views: 2619 Diet Doctor
Reading: Statins and Heart Disease
Reading text + activity + transcript on www.e4nursingandhealthcare.com, www.oetprep.com and www.ifsiprepanglais.com
Views: 627 Virginia Allum
Heart Stents, Cholesterol and Statin Smoking Guns? Dr. Aseem Malhotra at #BACPR2017
Watch Dr. Aseem Malhotra delve deeply into the controversial aspects of today's drug and device treatments. Do many of these treatments break the risk/benefit rule? What is the crucial "number needed to treat" (NNT), to achieve an appreciable net benefit? And is there full transparency in this data, to enable wise choices for both doctors and patients alike? Have a look and see !! Recorded at the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) annual conference - London 5th September 2017. BACPR Website: http://www.BACPR.com Please support my ongoing work by subscribing at http://www.thefatemperor.com/subscribe - free and will always be free !
Views: 17678 Ivor Cummins
Statins Mechanism Of Action *Animated*
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Dr. Mercola & Dr. Diamond on Heart Disease & Statins
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2015/08/02/heart-disease-risk-factors.aspx?x_cid=youtube Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Dr. David Diamond about heart disease and statins.
Views: 39474 Mercola
Dr. Mercola and Stephanie Seneff Discuss the Dangers of Statins on Your Heart Health
Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Stephanie Seneff on the dangers of statins, why cholesterol is not the cause of heart disease, and how other factors – such as glyphosate and EMF – may be to blame instead.
Views: 11523 Mercola
Statins and Heart Disease
For every drop of scientific evidence that say statins are safe and effective, there is a tidal wave of misinformation. Statins, which are designed to help protect people from heart failure, can actually increase the risk of a heart attack according to a new study. Joe DiMatteo is a registered pharmacist, certified clinical nutritionist, homeopath and doctor of naturopathy. Joe is the host of The Ask the Pharmacist Radio Broadcast heard nationally on SiriusXM channel 131. Please visit https://askjoedimatteo.com for more information.
Views: 517 Ask Joe DiMatteo
Statins - Debate of the Century - Veith New York 2017 - Cardiovascular
Statins - Debate of the Century - Veith New York 2017 - Cardiovascular Ground-breaking research, was highlighted at the biggest vascular meeting in the world in New York this November, and was presented by the world leading cardiovascular expert Professor Sherif Sultan, President of International Society for Vascular surgery. At the VEITH 2017 conference , Prof Sultan argued that the benefits of the widely used heart medicine - lauded by industry sponsored research - is based on flawed science. New data showed, that improvements in cardiovascular health are instead due to government-backed initiatives with smoking ban in public places. Studies have exhibited that statin use had induced, diabetes mellitus, cancer, early premature cataracts, hearing loss, suicidal ideation, peripheral neuropathy, depression, benign intention tremors and Parkinson´s disease, pulmonary interstitial pneumonitis and dysfunctional breathing , interstitial cystitis and bladder wall instability, herpes zoster, impotency, and cognitive impairments. Moreover, clumsiness, attention and psychomotor speed were alarming in young statin users. In some of these studies the side effects disappeared with discontinuation of the statins and worsened with re-challenge. All such major adverse clinical effects were due to lowering the cholesterol in otherwise normal subjects. The controversial cholesterol busting drugs, statins, have done nothing to reduce deaths from heart disease since being brought into widespread use more than two decade ago.
Views: 454 sherif sultan
Statins CAUSE heart disease and heart failure! Peter Langsjoen MD
Hi, this is Larry Hobbs @ FatNews.com. http://fatnews.com/ https://twitter.com/fatnews ‘I cannot find any evidence to support people taking statins,’ says Prof. Harumi Okuyama “We have collected a wealth of information on cholesterol and statins from many published papers and find overwhelming evidence that these drugs accelerate hardening of the arteries and can cause, or worsen, heart failure. “I cannot find any evidence to support people taking statins and patients who are on them should stop,” Prof. Harumi Okuyama from Nagoya City University in Nagoya, Japan, lead author of a recent review of more than 20 studies done with statins, was quoted as saying in the UK newspaper The Daily Express. The authors of the paper said that many earlier statin studies, prior to 2004, are not reliable. They noted that starting in 2004, new European regulations insisted on all trial findings, both negative and positive, being declared. Reference Johnston L. Statins CAN cause heart disease - Shock research warns drug risks hardened arteries. The Daily Express, 2016 Jan 10; http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/633160/Cholesterol-drug-statins-cause-heart-disease-experts Reference to the review paper the article is talking about Okuyama H, Langsjoen PH, Hamazaki T, Ogushi Y, Hama R, Kobayashi T, and Uchino H. Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and heart failure: pharmacological mechanisms. Expert Rev Clin Pharmacol, 2015 Feb 6; 1-11. Author’s Contact Info Harumi Okuyama Nagoya City University and Institute for Consumer Science and Human Life Kinjo Gakuin University 2-1723 Omori, Moriyama Nagoya 463-8521, Japan Tel.: +81 528 763 840 Fax: +81 528 763 840 okuyamah@kinjo-u.ac.jp Peter H. Langsjoen MD East Texas Medical Center 1107 Doctors Drive Tyler, TX 75701 (903) 595-3778 phone (903) 595-4962 fax peterlangsjoen@cs.com ___ cholesterol lowering drugs Advicor Lovastatin with Niacin Altocor Lovastatin Altoprev Lovastatin Atorlip Atorvastatin Baycol Cerivastatin (withdrawn 2001) Caduet Atorvastatin with Amlodipine (Norvasc) Canef Fluvastatin Crestor Rosuvastatin Inegy Simvastatin with Ezetimibe (Zetia) Lescol Fluvastatin Lipex Simvastatin Lipitor Atorvastatin Lipobay Cerivastatin (withdrawn 2001) Lipostat Pravastatin Lipvas Atorvastatin Livalo Pitavastatin Mevacor Lovastatin Pitava Pitavastatin Pravachol Pravastatin Selektine Pravastatin Simcard Simvastatin Simcor Simvastatin with Niacin Simlup Simvastatin Sortis Atorvastatin Torvacard Atorvastatin Torvast Atorvastatin Totalip Atorvastatin Tulip Atorvastatin Vytorin Simvastatin with Ezetimibe (Zetia) Zocor Simvastatin
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Statins in heart failure
Dr. Paloma Gastelurrutia, a researcher at Germans Trias i Pujol Health Research Institute, in Barcelona, Spain, discusses her article appearing in the June 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, which compares the results of clinical trial studies and long term follow-up with real-life cohorts of patients using statins. Large clinical trials did not show success with statins, but cohort studies revealed more optimistic results. Available at: http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(12)00389-8/fulltext
Views: 439 Mayo Proceedings
Statins vs Veggies for Heart Disease--Which Works Best?
What are the alternatives to treating heart disease apart from drugs? How effective are they? What are their side effects? I discuss that in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYSI-VDlmXE www.thefruitdoctor.com
Views: 626 The Fruit Doctor
Get your loved ones OFF statins - BBC - The Men Who Made Us Spend
Statins can increase the risk of heart attacks and there is no evidence to support patients taking them, warn researchers The report suggests statins are more likely to cause calcium in the arteries Statins block production of vitamin K, which stops calcification of the heart Report suggests there is 'no evidence' to support people taking drug Around 12 million people in the UK take statins to lower cholesterol By SHARI MILLER FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 15:33, 10 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:05, 10 January 2016 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3392611/Statins-increase-risk-heart-attacks-no-evidence-support-patients-taking-warn-researchers.html A new report suggests people are actually at greater risk of a heart attack if they take statins A new report suggests people are actually at greater risk of a heart attack if they take statins Statins, which are designed to help protect people from heart failure, can actually increase the risk of a heart attack according to a new study. Researchers say the drugs, which are taken by around 12 million patients in the UK, are more likely to cause calcium deposits in the arteries, which can lead to a heart attack. Statins were developed to lower cholesterol, but they also block a molecule needed to produce vitamin K, which prevents calcification of the arteries. The author of the report, published in Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology, says there is 'no evidence to support people taking statins', which opponents say also cause other health issues including skeletal weakness and muscle pain. Professor Harumi Okuyama, of Nagoya City University, Japan, told the Sunday Express:'We have collected a wealth of information on cholesterol and statins from many published papers and find overwhelming evidence that these drugs accelerate hardening of the arteries and can cause, or worsen, heart failure.' Similarly, Dr Peter Langsjoen, a heart specialist based in Texas who is co-author of the study, said: 'These drugs should never have been approved for use. The long-term effects are devastating.' However, there is plenty of support for statins within the medical profession and the drugs are considered to generally lower cholesterol levels by 25 to 35 per cent. The medications Lipitor, Crestor, Zocor and other statins have been the standard treatment for lowering cholesterol for more than 20 years. Those pills work by curbing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Statins have also long been recommended for people who already have heart disease and have been credited with helping to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. A spokesman for MHRA, the Government drug regulator, said: 'The benefits of statins are well established and are considered to outweigh the risk of side effects in the majority of patients.' Last year, NHS watchdog NICE encouraged GPs to prescribe the cholesterol-busting drugs to anyone with a 10 per cent chance of having a heart attack. That change has resulted in 17million adults - nearly all people over the age of 40 - now being eligible to take the drugs.
Views: 21720 Peter Borenius
Statins increase heart attack, stroke and death! The evidence!
Hi, this is Larry Hobbs @ FatNews.com. http://fatnews.com/ https://twitter.com/fatnews As statin use increased (1999-2005) by 68%, heart attacks increased 16%! coronary heart disease increased 32%! Type 2 diabetes increased 32%! strokes increased 45%! And in the first statin study (1990), statins increased death 2.8-fold!
Views: 431 Fatnews
World Renown Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease
http://preventdisease.com/news/12/030112_World-Renown-Heart-Surgeon-Speaks-Out-On-What-Really-Causes-Heart-Disease.shtml World Renown Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease We physicians with all our training, knowledge and authority often acquire a rather large ego that tends to make it difficult to admit we are wrong. So, here it is. I freely admit to being wrong.. As a heart surgeon with 25 years experience, having performed over 5,000 open-heart surgeries,today is my day to right the wrong with medical and scientific fact. I trained for many years with other prominent physicians labelled “opinion makers.” Bombarded with scientific literature, continually attending education seminars, we opinion makers insisted heart disease resulted from the simple fact of elevated blood cholesterol. The only accepted therapy was prescribing medications to lower cholesterol and a diet that severely restricted fat intake. The latter of course we insisted would lower cholesterol and heart disease. Deviations from these recommendations were considered heresy and could quite possibly result in malpractice. It Is Not Working! These recommendations are no longer scientifically or morally defensible. The discovery a few years ago that inflammation in the artery wall is the real cause of heart disease is slowly leading to a paradigm shift in how heart disease and other chronic ailments will be treated. The long-established dietary recommendations have created epidemics of obesity and diabetes, the consequences of which dwarf any historical plague in terms of mortality, human suffering and dire economic consequences. Despite the fact that 25% of the population takes expensive statin medications and despite the fact we have reduced the fat content of our diets, more Americans will die this year of heart disease than ever before. Statistics from the American Heart Association show that 75 million Americans currently suffer from heart disease, 20 million have diabetes and 57 million have pre-diabetes. These disorders are affecting younger and younger people in greater numbers every year. Simply stated, without inflammation being present in the body, there is no way that cholesterol would accumulate in the wall of the blood vessel and cause heart disease and strokes. Without inflammation, cholesterol would move freely throughout the body as nature intended. It is inflammation that causes cholesterol to become trapped. Inflammation is not complicated -- it is quite simply your body's natural defence to a foreign invader such as a bacteria, toxin or virus. The cycle of inflammation is perfect in how it protects your body from these bacterial and viral invaders. However, if we chronically expose the body to injury by toxins or foods the human body was never designed to process,a condition occurs called chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is just as harmful as acute inflammation is beneficial. What thoughtful person would willfully expose himself repeatedly to foods or other substances that are known to cause injury to the body? Well,smokers perhaps, but at least they made that choice willfully.
Views: 91640 Natural Remedies
Dr. David Diamond - 'An Assessment of Cardiovascular Risks of a Low Carbohydrate, High Fat Diet'
David. M. Diamond received his Ph.D. in Biology in 1985, with a specialization in Behavioral Neuroscience, from the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at the University of California, Irvine. He is a professor in the Departments of Psychology and Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida, where he has directed his research program on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Dr. Diamond has served on federal government study sections and committees evaluating research on the neurobiology of stress and memory, and has over 100 publications, reviews and book chapters on the brain and memory. He has served on the editorial boards of numerous medical journals and has received 30 years of federally funded support for his research. In the past decade, Dr. Diamond has expanded his research program to include cardiovascular disease and nutrition. His controversial research is an extension of an advanced seminar he directs at the University of South Florida entitled “Myths and Deception in Medical Research”, which emphasizes the critical evaluation of methods and conflicts of interest in health-related research. In recent years he added to his list of publications controversial papers on diet, cholesterol and statins, including one paper published in the peer- reviewed medical journal “Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology”, which described the deceptive practices employed by researchers promoting statins for the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Dr. Diamond has been invited to present his myth-busting views on nutrition and cholesterol to lay people and physicians at nutrition, cardiology, obesity and diabetes conferences all over the world.
Views: 21942 Low Carb Down Under
Heart Disease and Erectile Dysfunction, no need for Viagra
Dr Dan Pilgreen DC talks about how heart disease patients taking statins end up with erectile dysfunction and what they can do to get back to their normal self. Combinations of vitamins taken together can have a greater benefit than pharmaceuticals .Synergistic effects make the vitamins a powerful tool to defy heart disease, heart attacks, stroke , congestive heart failure , high blood pressure , high cholesterol, but is also successful as a blood sugar stabilizer in diabetes. Go to http://www.heartdiseasevitaminreport.com to see more interesting videos and get information about holistic heart health. Go to http://natureswindow.net to order Dr. Dan Pilgreen's signature product, the HeartLife Plus, a complete, effective and affordable supplement geared to improve heart health drastically.
Views: 17092 Dr Dan Pilgreen
Statins: The Greatest Scam In Medical History
Statins have become the biggest money maker in medical history with cholesterol being demonized at it's expense. Many Americans are losing their health for the drug companies wealth. Statins not only are ineffective but they increase the risk of heart attacks in most cases. This video discusses the mevalonate pathway in which the statins do their damage and which cholesterol is produced. This pathway is responsible for other key nutrients like CoQ10, dolichols, and glycoproteins. Cholesterol has no good or bad forms. Cholesterol is all the same. HDL and LDL are lipo-proteins or transporters for cholesterol. Both are needed as LDL drops off cholesterol to areas of the body in need of healing and HDL brings it back to the liver to be re-used. Cholesterol has many wonderful benefits for the hormone production to making of new cells to immune system function. By inhibiting cholesterol production you are hurting all of these vital systems. Even some natural alternative supplements for controlling cholesterol are dangerous. Red yeast rice is a natural statin and no better than the prescription drugs. Niacin taken at high dosages can build up too much homocysteine in the body, which is more risky for heart disease than LDL. Natural supplements for great heart health actually include CoQ10, Ribose, Magnesium, L-Carnitine, and many more I will talk about in this video. This video will set the record straight and reveal the truth when it comes to heart health, cholesterol, and statins.
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Three Top Cardiologists Say Saturated Fat Doesn't Cause Heart Disease
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Statins Reduce Risk of Recurrent Heart Attack or Stroke
Patients with a prior history of heart attacks or stroke have better outcomes when cholesterol-lowering medications are used after they’re discharged from the hospital, according to a new study from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City. The research was presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Anaheim, California.
Views: 53 Healthy Dialogues
New Guidelines for Treatment of Cholesterol: Prevention of Heart Disease and Stroke
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Dr. Robert Baron, UCSF Professor of Medicine, explores guidelines for treating cholesterol and reducing cardiovascular disease. Recorded on 02/18/2015. Series: "UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine presents Mini Medical School for the Public" [5/2015] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 29280]
"The Ugly Side of Statins" Address by Mr Sherif Sultan, Cardiovascular Consultant
"The Ugly Side of Statins" Address by Mr Sherif Sultan, Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon - Ennis, Ireland, March 2012 Full DVD of Mr Sultan's speech is available on DVD from Michael O'Doherty's office info@justimagine.ie
Views: 1472 Michael O Doherty
Heart of the Matter #75: Statins
Drugs called "statins" are powerful weapons in the fight against heart disease. Many Americans use statins to lower their cholesterol and reduce their risk of heart problems. Are statins right for everybody? And joining us from the Stern Cardiovascular Foundation is Dr. Daniel Otten.
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Statins permanently damage heart muscle, Peter Langsjoen MD
Hi, this is Larry Hobbs @ FatNews.com. http://fatnews.com/ https://twitter.com/fatnews Statin-induced impairment in heart muscle function appears to be permanent “Statin-induced impairment in heart muscle function appears to be permanent, and even though patients may clinically benefit from discontinuation of the statin along with supplemental CoQ10, we believe that many years of statin drug therapy result in the gradual accumulation of mitochondrial DNA damage,” according to a 2015 review paper by Prof. Harumi Okuyama from Nagoya City University in Nagoya, Japan, Peter H. Langsjoen MD, a cardiologist from Texas, and others who reviewed more than 20 statin drug studies done after 2004. “A prolonged decrease in mitochondrial CoQ10 would diminish the ability to protect mitochondrial DNA from free radical damage.” Prof. Harumi Okuyama: ‘I cannot find any evidence to support people taking statins and patients who are on them should stop’ “We have collected a wealth of information on cholesterol and statins from many published papers and find overwhelming evidence that these drugs accelerate hardening of the arteries and can cause, or worsen, heart failure. “I cannot find any evidence to support people taking statins and patients who are on them should stop,” Prof. Harumi Okuyama from Nagoya City University in Nagoya, Japan, lead author of the 2015 review paper of statin trials, was quoted as saying in the UK newspaper The Daily Express. Peter Langsjoen, MD: ‘These drugs [statins] should never have been approved for use.’ “These drugs [statins] should never have been approved for use. “The long-term effects are devastating,” Peter Langsjoen, MD, a cardiologist from Texas and coauthor of this 2015 review paper, was quoted as saying in the UK newspaper The Daily Express. Dr. Malcolm Kendrick: ‘The harms [of statins] clearly outweigh any previously suggested benefits’ “This study demolishes the argument that these drugs should be prescribed to anyone, as the harms clearly outweigh any previously suggested benefits,” Dr. Malcolm Kendrick, author of The Great Cholesterol Con who has studied cardiovascular disease and statins for many years, was quoted as saying in the UK newspaper The Daily Express. Reference Okuyama H, Langsjoen PH, Hamazaki T, Ogushi Y, Hama R, Kobayashi T, and Uchino H. Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and heart failure: pharmacological mechanisms. Expert Rev Clin Pharmacol, 2015 Feb 6; 1-11. Author’s Contact Info Harumi Okuyama Nagoya City University and Institute for Consumer Science and Human Life Kinjo Gakuin University 2-1723 Omori, Moriyama Nagoya 463-8521, Japan Tel.: +81 528 763 840 Fax: +81 528 763 840 okuyamah@kinjo-u.ac.jp Peter H. Langsjoen MD East Texas Medical Center 1107 Doctors Drive Tyler, TX 75701 (903) 595-3778 phone (903) 595-4962 fax peterlangsjoen@cs.com ___ cholesterol lowering drugs Advicor Lovastatin with Niacin Altocor Lovastatin Altoprev Lovastatin Atorlip Atorvastatin Baycol Cerivastatin (withdrawn 2001) Caduet Atorvastatin with Amlodipine (Norvasc) Canef Fluvastatin Crestor Rosuvastatin Inegy Simvastatin with Ezetimibe (Zetia) Lescol Fluvastatin Lipex Simvastatin Lipitor Atorvastatin Lipobay Cerivastatin (withdrawn 2001) Lipostat Pravastatin Lipvas Atorvastatin Livalo Pitavastatin Mevacor Lovastatin Pitava Pitavastatin Pravachol Pravastatin Selektine Pravastatin Simcard Simvastatin Simcor Simvastatin with Niacin Simlup Simvastatin Sortis Atorvastatin Torvacard Atorvastatin Torvast Atorvastatin Totalip Atorvastatin Tulip Atorvastatin Vytorin Simvastatin with Ezetimibe (Zetia) Zocor Simvastatin
Views: 530 Fatnews
Statins - The Evidence on Neuro - Cardiovascular Outcome
http://www.medicaldump.com - Please visit the site for FREE medical PowerPoints, medical PowerPoint templates, medical e-books related to all specialties including ophthalmology, cardiology, neurology,nephrology, GI, etc. This is a diabetology / general medicine PowerPoint presentation about Statins - The Evidence on Neuro - Cardiovascular Outcome.
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Statins - who needs them anyways?
In this video, Dr Sanjay Gupta, consultant cardiologist discusses cholesterol, heart disease and statins and explains the real reasons why statins are used in heart disease. My website is www.yorkcardiology.co.uk
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Statins, Cholesterol, and Heart Health
Statins are used for doing one thing in the body: to lower LDL cholesterol. However, as Dr. Weil discusses, many doctors prescribe statins but do not go beyond medication as a form of treatment and fail to discuss the benefits of healthy eating, exercise, stress-reduction and other healthful routes. Watch as Dr. Weil talks about how statins affect cholesterol and heart health, as well as where he believes statins will be in the future in our society.
Views: 16847 Andrew Weil, M.D.
Use of Statins for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
For more informative videos go to: http://newsplexnow.com/ The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force continually reviews the latest information on preventative services. The Task Force has just released a new recommendation statement on statin use for adults who are at risk for cardiovascular disease. They recommend that people age 40-75 who have one or more of the following risk factors: high cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking, or diabetes and do not have a history of cardiovascular disease, and whose chance of having a heart attack or stroke over the next 10 years is at 7.5 percent or higher, use a statin for prevention. Those whose risk is 10 percent or higher will benefit most. Although there are some associated risks, the use of a statin along with a healthy diet and exercise, can be a useful tool in the fight against cardiovascular disease
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Bergamot vs. Statins: Related to Heart Attacks: Research Blood Pressure, HDL, LDL, TRI Results
Bergamot vs. Statins: Related to Heart Attacks. Look at the Research Blood Pressure, HDL, LDL, TRI Results Get Bergamot Today: https://www.agapenutrition.com/product/bergamot-bpf-60-capsules
Views: 1332 Agape Nutrition
Heart Health - Statins vs Plant-Based Nutrition
Sign up for my FREE newsletter - http://tinyurl.com/PlantBasedPharmacistNewsletter My website - http://www.PursueAHealthyYou.com My blog - http://www.PlantBasedPharmacist.com February is heart health month. This talk features the difference between using nutrition and using conventional medical therapy in treating coronary heart disease. A look behind the scenes of the money donated to heart healthy organizations is revealed to understand why our healthcare system works the way it does with one dominant message reaching the general public and medical professionals on how to treat heart disease. Intro music courtesy of Dan-O at http://www.danosongs.com/
Views: 1125 Dustin Rudolph
Statins and the Prevention of Heart Disease
Statins and the Prevention of Heart Disease Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) is a leading cause of premature death and disability; statin medications can reduce this risk and prevent heart disease. How Do Statins Work? Statin medications are a class of lipid-lowering medications that inhibit a step used by the liver to synthesize cholesterol. Statins reduce the health risks related to atherosclerosis by lowering cholesterol. Atherosclerosis is a cardiovascular disease where fatty cholesterol-laden plaques deposit within the arterial walls of the vascular system affecting the blood flow to vital organs. Statins have proven to be the most effective class of medication for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Can Statins Prevent Heart Disease? As one of the best-studied medications in randomized clinical trials, statins are proven to extend life and reduce the number of heart attacks and strokes, even among individuals with normal cholesterol levels. Statins are recommended for individuals with known ASCVD. In addition, statins are also recommended for men and women without known heart disease or prior strokes who are at increased risk for developing cardiovascular disease. A heart-healthy diet and exercise are recommended for everyone. Yet, even for individuals who have a healthy lifestyle or who make lifestyle improvements, statins can improve cardiovascular health and prevent heart disease for those at higher risk. What Are the Potential Adverse Effects and Risks? Statins are generally safe and well tolerated. The most common reported symptom is of muscle aches or cramps that may occur in 5% of people. Patients can frequently be switched to a different statin or a lower dose that is better tolerated. A small number of individuals may develop diabetes while on statins. The benefits from lowering the risk of death, heart attack, and stroke are likely to outweigh the development of diabetes in those individuals. Serious adverse effects with statins are rare. Women who are pregnant should not take statins because they may be toxic to a developing fetus. How Should I Decide If a Statin Is Right for Me? If you have a history of heart disease or stroke, taking a statin medication is recommended, without considering your cholesterol levels. If you do not have any known cardiovascular disease, you or your clinician should calculate your personal 10-year and lifetime risk for a cardiovascular event using a validated risk model available by online calculator or smartphone app. The calculator will integrate your risk factors, age, sex, ethnicity, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels to determine the future risk of a cardiovascular event. If you have a 7.5% risk over the next 10 years, a statin is recommended. If your calculated risk is 5.0% to 7.4% over the next 10 years, statin therapy should be considered. Prior to starting statin therapy, you should have a discussion with your physician regarding expected benefits, potential risks, management of other risk factors, monitoring plans, and your preferences.
Heart Disease Deception: The Cholesterol Con - The Statin Scam
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Statins and Heart Health - Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
As part of a lengthy independent study, patients who used statin medication to lower their cholesterol also reduced the risk associated with heart disease and coronary artery disease. In conjunction with the remarkably innovative cardiology program at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, patients who engage in regular exercise - and take doctor-recommended medications such as statins - have a variety of opportunities at their disposal to deter cardiac disease. Cardiologist Richard Goldweit, MD explains. For more information, visit http://www.BestHeartDocs.com or http://www.EnglewoodHospital.com
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Statins: How do they really work? Inflammation
Most doctors prescribe statins to lower LDL (or "bad" cholesterol). However, that's probably not how statins prevent heart attacks and strokes. It's more likely due to an impact on cardiovascular inflammation. What is cardiovascular inflammation? Inflammation is similar whether it's causing arthritis, skin disease or inflammatory bowel disease: inflammation is the body's attempt to correct a problem. The immune system sends antibodies and immune cells. Immune cells release enzymes to "digest" tissue that should be there. In the artery wall, that tissue is plaque. Inflamed plaque is unstable. It can leak into the bloodstream and cause life-threatening clot formation. Ford Brewer is a physician that started as an Emergency Doctor. AFter seeing too many patients coming in dead from early heart attacks, he went to Johns Hopkins to learn Preventive Medicine. He went on the run the post-graduate training program (residency) in Preventive Medicine at Hopkins. From there, he made a career of practicing and managing preventive medicine and primary care clinics. His late role in this are was Chief Medical Officer for Premise, which has over 500 primary care/ prevention clinics. He was also the Chief Medical Officer for MDLIVE, the second largest telemedicine company. Now he's running a small start-up, Prevmed. We provide face-to-face heart attack and stroke prevention in our home location of Nashville, TN as well as several other locations. We also provide preventive medicine by telemedicine technology to over 30 states. fbrewer@prevmedheartrisk.com info@prevmedheartrisk.com prevmedheartrisk.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "A new test for heart attack/stroke risk; PULS - the test we've been seeking? unstable plaque test? " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nCofPbwa8A -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Sacred Truth Ep. 47: Statins - Don't Believe All You're Told
To learn more: http://lesliekenton.com/health/video/sacred-truth-ep-47-statins-dont-believe-all-youre-told/ I continue to be horrified by guidelines issued by the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology, which speak of giving statin drugs to healthy people. Meanwhile, draft recommendations from the US Preventive Task Force have issued new directives claiming that healthy people should be taking statin drugs as a “preventative against possible future illness.” Their main plan is to see one third of all adults in the United States are put on statin drugs—44% of all men and 22% of all women—even if none of these people have ever had a previous heart attack or stroke. Statins are the most widely prescribed drugs on the market. One in four Americans over 45 are already on statins, despite more than 900 studies reporting dangerous side effects from these drugs. These range from heightened risks of cancer and diabetes to sexual problems, neuropathy, and liver dysfunction, as well as immune system suppression, and even a higher risk of cataracts. In Britain too, statins are the most commonly prescribed drugs, costing the NMS £450 million a year. Now 40% of adults (175 million people) are being advised to take the drug. If the new directives are put into practice by the UK medical establishment—as they are likely to be—the numbers of men and women being prescribed statins could well become legion. What are statins anyway? Statins are a group of drugs prescribed to lower cholesterol levels by inhibiting the enzyme HMG-CoA reductase, which plays a central role in the production of cholesterol in the liver. Statins have many different names, such as Lipitor, Lescol, Mevacor, Altocor, and Zocor. These drugs are prescribed on the assumption that they will lower the risks of cardiovascular events and strokes. The new directives assert that, if given to healthy people, they could help protect the population from heart attacks and strokes at some time in the future. Happily, a growing number of cardiologists are strongly opposed to the new directives. What’s the problem with statins? Plenty: • They deplete your body of CoQ10, which is essential for every cell in your body, and ubiquinol. Both CoQ10 and ubiquinol keep the so-called bad cholesterol from doing harm to your body. However, very few mainstream doctors are ever aware of these dangers. One exception is cardiologist Steven Sinatra, founder of the New England Heart Center. Sinatra recommends that anyone taking statins should take between 100 and 200 mg of CoQ10 or ubiquinol each day as protection. • Statins lower Vitamin K2 in the body. This puts you at risk of deficiency of this vitamin, which contributes to chronic diseases, such as osteoporosis, cancer, and brain disease. • Long-term statin use—10 years or so—has been shown to increase your risk of diabetes, neurogenerative diseases, musculoskeletal problems, and even cataracts. Dr. Eric Topol, highly respected cardiologist and Professor of Genomics at Scripps Research Institute in California, wrote an excellent article for The New York Times Opinion Page in which he warns: “We’re overdosing on cholesterol-lowering statins.” Topol is especially concerned about the sharp increase in the prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes that is occurring in people using them. He writes: “Statins have been available since the 1980s but their risk of inducing diabetes did not surface for nearly 20 years. When all the data available from multiple studies was pooled in 2010 for more than 91,000 patients randomly assigned to be treated with a statin or a sugar pill (placebo), the risk of developing diabetes with any statin was one in every 255 patients treated. But this figure is misleading since it includes weaker statins like Pravachol and Mevacor—which were introduced earlier and do not carry any clear-cut risk. It is only with the more potent statins—Zocor (now known as simvastatin), Lipitor (atorvastatin), and Crestor (rosuvastatin)—particularly at higher doses—that the risk of diabetes shows up. The cause and effect was unequivocal because the multiple large trials of the more potent statins had a consistent excess of diabetes.” Meanwhile, a recent study by Jean A. McDougall and her colleagues in the Journal of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention reveals that long-term use of statins increases the risk of both lobular and ductal breast cancer in women between 55 and 74. To learn more: http://lesliekenton.com/health/video/sacred-truth-ep-47-statins-dont-believe-all-youre-told/
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Heart Foundation's recommendation for statin use
The American Heart Association released new cholesterol guidelines, National Heart Foundation of Australia's Director of Cardiovascular Health with Rob Grenfell has stressed how important statins are for people who have had CVD event or at high risk.
The Case Against Statins
Hi, this is Larry Hobbs @ FatNews.com. http://fatnews.com/ https://twitter.com/fatnews I just published a Kindle edition of a book called "The Case Against Statins." https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GC8QN3K This book contains evidence that the cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins are not effective, and instead increase atherosclerosis, increase heart attacks, increase heart failure, increase cancer, increase diabetes, increase Parkinson's, increase Alzheimer's, increase ALS, increase cataracts, and increase the risk of dying. Here is the Table of Contents Stories of Statin Side Effects; Depression, Fatigue, Insomnia, Memory Loss Statin Use Is Associated With An Increased Risk of Death Statin Use Is Associated With An Increase In Heart Attacks, Strokes, Diabetes and Coronary Heart Disease Statins Cause Hardening of the Arteries, Heart Failure and Diabetes Statins Cause Coronary Artery Calcification Statins Can Cause Congestive Heart Failure Statins Are Mitochondrial Toxins Statins Provide No Benefit to People With Coronary Heart Disease Statins Are Not Effective For Cardiovascular Prevention Statins Increase the Risk of Parkinson’s Statins Increase the Risk of Alzheimer’s Statins Increase the Risk of ALS Statins Increase Certain Cancers Statins Increase the Risk of Memory Loss and Can Cause Cognitive Impairment Statins Increase the Risk of Cataracts Statins Increase the Risk of Diabetes Statins Can Cause Insulin Resistance Statins Increase Kidney Failure Statins Increase Liver Dysfunction Statins Increase Muscle Fatigue Statins Increase Erectile Dysfunction Statins Can Cause Rhabdomyolysis Statins Can Cause Muscle Rupture Statin Benefits Have Been Grossly Exaggerated Statins Have An Immunosuppressive Effect LDL Cholesterol Helps to Protect Against Infectious Disease, Binding To and Inactivating Bacteria and Viruses; (It’s good for you!) Statin Doubters The Cardiovascular Risk Calculator Overestimates the Risk of a Heart Attack or Stroke 5-6 Fold Statins Increase Survival By Only 3-4 Days The Only Statin Study Funded by the US Government Found No Benefit Lowering Cholesterol May Shorten Your Life Falling Cholesterol Level Associated with Increased Risk of Death Higher Cholesterol Levels Associated with a Lower Risk of Dying Cholesterol Guidelines Written by People Paid By the Drug Companies Statin Side Effects: Poor Sleep, Irritability, Aggression, Hemorrhagic Stroke, Peripheral Neuropathy
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Mayo Clinic Minute: Should You Take Statins?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 100 million Americans have high cholesterol. Statins are medications that lower cholesterol levels. But, who should take them? A study in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that statins lower the risk of cardiovascular events in people at medium risk without cardiovascular disease. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks to cardiologist Dr. Stephen Kopecky about statins and the study. More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network http://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/
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The Dangers of Statins (Cholesterol lowering statin drugs Side Effects LDL cholesterol Myth CoQ10)
Statins (cholesterol-lowering medication) are heavily promoted, used by millions of people and one of the most widely prescribed drugs in the world. Health authorities claim statins reduce the risk of heart disease and strokes because they lower 'bad' LDL cholesterol. Yet these claims are contradicted by statistics and medical studies. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/07/20/the-truth-about-statin-drugs-revealed.aspx http://next-level-nutrition.com/?p=6075 http://naturalnews.com/032448_statin_drugs_scam.html http://www.ravnskov.nu/cholesterol.htm#a The hypothesis is that 'bad' LDL cholesterol clogs up arteries leading to heart attacks and strokes. However, medical research has shown that: 1. People with high cholesterol tend to live longer. 2. People with heart disease tend to have low levels of cholesterol. 3. Lowering cholesterol in a population does not reduce the rate of heart disease. 4. Statins increase(!) the risk of heart disease and strokes. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2005/05/28/cholesterol-heart.aspx http://drbenkim.com/articles-cholesterol.html http://drmalcolmkendrick.org/the-great-cholesterol-con http://cholesterolconspiracy.blogspot.com http://amazon.com/The-Great-Cholesterol-Myth-Disease/dp/1592335217 Statin drugs have become a huge global industry, generating more than $29 billion each year. In the US, one in four over the age of 45 is taking statins! http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/05/09/one-in-four-over-45-take-this-unnecessary-drug.aspx Statin medication acts by blocking an enzyme in the liver that produces cholesterol and Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10. However, cholesterol and CoQ10 are essential for optimal body and brain function! http://naturalnews.com/CoQ10.html http://products.mercola.com/coq10-ubiquinol Statins can cause serious side effects, including chronic fatigue, muscle pain, muscle weakness, memory loss, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes, kidney and liver damage, birth defects, heart failure and cancer. Statin drugs cause cancer because they acidify the body, and tumors can only grow in an acidic body. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/04/17/statin-side-effects.aspx http://naturalnews.com/040916_cholesterol_statin_drugs_heart_disease.html http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/10/01/can-statin-drug-cause-liver-and-heart-to-fail.aspx http://telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/7250115/Cholesterol-busting-wonder-drugs-taken-by-millions-increases-diabetes-risk.html http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/03/28/the-stealth-drug-cause-of-diabetes.aspx https://statineffects.com/info/adverse_effects.htm http://thecholesteroltruth.com "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." Hosea 4:6 (KJV) Side effects reported by statin users: http://patient.co.uk/forums/discuss/browse/simvastatin-3168 http://forums.webmd.com/3/cholesterol-management-exchange/forum/223 http://stopped_our_statins.webs.com Statins come in many varieties including atorvastatin (Lipitor, Torvast), fluvastatin (Lescol), mevastatin (Compactin), lovastatin (Mevacor, Altoprev, Altocor), pitavastatin (Livalo, Pitava), pravastatin (Pravachol, Selektine, Lipostat), rosuvastatin (Crestor) and simvastatin (Zocor, Lipex). In 2004 the cholesterol guidelines were revised so more 'patients' could be treated with statines. However, 8 out of the 9 panel members had financial ties to statin drug makers... http://naturalnews.com/035918_statins_drugs_research_lifetime.html http://mayoclinic.com/health/cholesterol-levels/CL00001 In 2012 the FDA ordered additional warning labels for statins, for increased risk of liver damage, memory loss, confusion, Type 2 diabetes and muscle weakness. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/05/06/fda-warning-on-statins.aspx Statin documentary 'Statin Nation': http://statinnation.net Playlist 'The Dangers of Statins & The Cholesterol Myth': http://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxeNMshhLFQIagrF3gNZ1e8rDe1Z6zkdq Healthy cholesterol without statines: http://bodyandsoul.com.au/health/health+news/natural+ways+to+lower+cholesterol,17243 More information: http://statins.mercola.com http://cholesterol-and-health.com http://healthy-heart-guide.com https://statineffects.com/info http://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/why_statins_dont_really_work.html http://mercola.com/Downloads/bonus/why-we-need-cholesterol/report.aspx http://westonaprice.org/cardiovascular-disease/dangers-of-statin-drugs http://toxichealthtv.com/page/586.html http://naturalnews.com/high_cholesterol.html http://search.mercola.com/search/pages/Results.aspx?k=cholesterol http://myhealingkitchen.com/featured-articles/how-statin-drugs-cause-diabetes http://stopagingnow.com/healthyheart103 http://spacedoc.com/rest_of_my_story.html My playlist 'Dangers in our Food': http://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxeNMshhLFQI1ZObMI4zuntcg71ufNBpg HealthRanger7 http://youtube.com/HealthRanger7
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Dr. Dwight Lundell On Taking Statins
http://www.TruthAboutHeartDisease.org Dr. Dwight Lundell answers questions about statin medications, statin therapy, taking statins,statin LDL, heart disease and inflammation.
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Heart Disease Prevention Works, Even If You Have Bum Genes
Heart disease continues to be the number one killer in the United States. Because of that, billions of dollars are spent every year on medications that reduce your risk of disease and death. Compounding this problem, many of the risk factors for heart disease seem "baked into the cake". Genetic factors can have a huge impact on people's risk, and those factors are almost always outside of one's control. Because of this, there are some who feel a certain amount of powerlessness to prevent heart disease. Recent research contradicts this, though, and should give us all renewed hope. That's the topic of this week's Healthcare Triage. John Green -- Executive Producer Stan Muller -- Director, Producer Aaron Carroll -- Writer Mark Olsen -- Graphics http://www.twitter.com/aaronecarroll http://www.twitter.com/crashcoursestan http://www.twitter.com/johngreen http://www.twitter.com/olsenvideo And the housekeeping: 1) You can support Healthcare Triage on Patreon: http://vid.io/xqXr Every little bit helps make the show better! 2) Check out our Facebook page: http://goo.gl/LnOq5z 3) We still have merchandise available at http://www.hctmerch.com
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Cholesterol Deniers & Statins
Cholesterol deniers and cholesterol lowering medication such as statins. The truth doesn’t care what you think. Heart disease doesn’t care if you are a cholesterol denier. If you have a heart attack, and you are lucky enough to survive, the first thing they’re going to do after they stabilize you is give you a Statin drug to lower your cholesterol. They won’t care if you don’t believe LDL is not a risk factor for heart disease. They won’t care if you don’t believe total cholesterol is not a risk factor for heart disease. Cardiac arrest strikes almost 600,000 people each year, killing the vast majority of those individuals, says a new report from the Institute of Medicine. Every year in the U.S., approximately 395,000 cases of cardiac arrest occur outside of a hospital setting, in which less than 6 percent survive. Approximately 200,000 cardiac arrests occur each year in hospitals, and 24 percent of those patients survive. http://www8.nationalacademies.org/onpinews/newsitem.aspx?RecordID=21723 Truth Doesn’t Care What You Think . #RedPillVegan https://www.patreon.com/RedPillVegan Red Pill Vegan
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Recommendations for taking statins to prevent heart disease
Should you take statins to prevent heart disease? The latest guidelines may help you decide. Join Dr. Terry Simpson as dispels medical myths, breaks down the most recent medical news and how it applies to you and shows you how to live healthier, eat better and enjoy life. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_us93er=tlsimpson Watch More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsActC-MCfM Learn More: Website: http://drsimpson.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/terrysimpsonmd/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/drterrysimpson
How to screen for coronary artery disease - statins
How can we screen patients for coronary artery disease. The team discuss statins, in the treatment of primary and secondary prevention of atherosclerosis. Family history is an important feature, increasing risk by 200%. CT coronary angiogram may be a vital screening tool.
Combating Heart Disease: Statins, Supplements, Stem Cells, Hyperbaric Oxygen?
Donald W. Miller, Jr., M.D. Emeritus Professor of Surgery and former Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA Presentation from DDP 34th Annual Meeting, Omaha, NE July 10, 2016
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Your heart health - Statins, Cholesterol CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Cholesterol CoQ10 and Ubiquinol
TITLE: The Relationship of your Heart with Cholesterol GUEST: Dr. Ross Walker PRESENTER: Henry Acosta OVERVIEW: In this segment, Dr. Ross expounds on what you are supposed to know when it comes to your heart, cholesterol levels and lifestyle changes. Building on those topics, he reminds us and our listeners about the importance of having healthy relationships, how it affects our lives and the importance of awareness and knowledge when it comes to talking to your cardiologist. For more information about this interview, visit this link: https://healthprofessionalradio.com.au/heart-cholesterol-relationship/ Your heart health - Statins, Cholesterol CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Cholesterol CoQ10 and Ubiquinol