ALL POSTS TAGGED WITH diabetes
08/08/2017 / By S.D. Wells

It’s funny how most Americans are completely fooled by the choices we are presented regarding conventional foods. If we are

http://www.statins.news/2017-08-08-american-heart-association-promotes-recipes-that-cause-heart-disease-and-other-health-disasters.html

07/17/2017 / By Tracey Watson

If you are one of the 29 million Americans who has been diagnosed with diabetes, you are likely aware of

http://www.statins.news/2017-07-17-pharma-influenced-researchers-now-claim-diabetes-patients-should-also-be-put-on-cardiovascular-medications-too.html

03/27/2017 / By Russel Davis

Elderly women who take statins have an increased risk of developing type-2 diabetes, an Australian study found. Researchers at the University

http://www.statins.news/2017-03-27-statins-warning-cholesterol-lowering-drug-found-to-raise-risk-of-diabetes-by-50-per-cent-in-older-women.html

02/25/2016 / By Tara Paras

People always associate having high cholesterol with being unhealthy. Most believe having high cholesterol levels inevitably leads to fatal heart

http://www.statins.news/2016-02-25-the-cholesterol-myth-debunked-statins-are-doing-more-harm-than-good-to-your-body.html

02/18/2016 / By Martin Mavis

New science reveals that statin drugs DOUBLE the risk of diabetes. This is in addition to the extreme harm they

http://www.statins.news/2016-02-18-health-warning-statins-double-the-risk-of-diabetes-audio.html

02/04/2016 / By Greg White

Healthy patients taking statins have a significantly higher risk of developing diabetes and diabetic complications, according to a new study.

http://www.statins.news/2016-02-04-statins-double-the-risk-of-developing-diabetes-and-diabetic-complications-according-to-ten-year-long-study.html

01/28/2016 / By Chris Draper

Statins, a widely prescribed drug used to lower “bad” cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease, could increase the

http://www.statins.news/2016-01-28-statins-increase-the-risk-of-developing-diabetes-by-nearly-50-percent-according-to-six-year-long-study.html