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... but accurate nonetheless. For instance, there was research done by Johns Hopkins that said they noted "striking" differences between the male and female brains. This was actually quite contoversial in our day and age but they only reported what their reasearch had shown. ... (47 replies)
... the policosanol, I think, and we'll see what happens. What are the differences between Fish Oil and Krill? ... (19 replies)
... Oh Stumper..... now this is a study that peaks my interest. Shall we start a new thread ;) . Frankie (47 replies)

... It has been proven that there is not an absolute correlation between high cholesterol and heart disease or low cholesterol and no heart disease. ... (55 replies)
... nding statin use for many more people who have no other heart disease risk factors. The experts who wrote the guidelines estimated the number of Americans taking statins should nearly triple, from 13 million to 36 million. ... (7 replies)
... id not have any effect on glycaemic control or the incidence of newly diagnosed diabetes, and elevations of liver and muscle enzymes were rare and did not differ between treated and placebo groups. There may have been small beneficial effects on peripheral macrovascular complications and renal function. ... (1 replies)
... to ascertain whether a positive correlation existed. The absolute difference between the methods for each sample was determined and compared overall and for various subgroups. ... (76 replies)
... term success of this procedure. In previous studies statins have failed to prevent restenosis. ... (54 replies)
Statin Studies
Aug 26, 2005
... ople are going to have issues like Mskittie. Random applications to large group of the population is absolutely the wrong way to go. I would much prefer to see statins narrow focus targeted to people who will benefit, people like yourself. Dr's also have to be trained to NOT dismiss problems patients are exhibiting. ... (31 replies)
Statin Studies
Aug 23, 2005
... If and when statins are shown to be dangerous they will be GONE...don't hold your breath. ... (31 replies)
... The word "significant" here means the results were statistically better than chance, but the differences in performance between the two groups were still "subtle". He mentions Omega 3 and Q10...I take both with my Crestor. ... (11 replies)
... lowering agents such as the statins and deserves further evaluation. ... (44 replies)
... A couple problems... Study Size and term: They took 46 people and divided them into 3 groups (of 15 presumably) and looked at them for a month. WAY too small and too short for much meaning. They picked a "straw dog": 20 mg. lovastatin is in NO WAY reppresentative of anyone's statin's a tiny amount of the weakest statin. They used a VERY potent diet using... (8 replies)
... Wow, good find. That means that a controlled diet can produce the cholesterol-lowering effects of statins. We'll see if that works for me come January - I've been consuming everything on that list of foods. (8 replies)
... dose group, differences not considered statistically significant, researchers said. ... (0 replies)
... It is always helpful to post the source of your research so others may also look it up. Here is an interesting report on the subject: Another: (19 replies)
Pravachol anyone?
Dec 16, 2002
... t look much different than lippy , though it's not as strong so maybe the chance may be smaller or it just may take a little longer for problems to show up , all statins have the same side effects . Also don't let your doctor mix this with any fibrate drug it is not reccomended . ... (1 replies)

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