Alternatives to Cholesterol-Fighting Statins

Your doctor may harp less about your cholesterol than he did more than five years ago. The American Heart Association recommends all adults age 20 or older have their cholesterol, and other traditional risk factors, checked every five years.

As published on Medscape, guidelines for the detection, evaluation, and treatment of elevated cholesterol were released in November 2013. By now, most cardiologists have incorporated the guidelines into their patient consultations. Other physicians are still wrapping their heads around the assertion…

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December 03, 2018 by Kevin Williams