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Many ways to lower cholesterol will reduce heart disease risk

Research shows that lowering cholesterol using a variety of approaches--including medications and diet--can lower the chances of having a cardiovascular event, including a heart attack. For people at high risk for a heart attack, cholesterol-lowering statins are usually the first-line treatment. For people who can't take statins, other drugs may help. Related Post: PCSK9 inhibitors: a majo
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