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Do Statins Lower CoQ10 Levels? Can Supplements Correct That?

Cholesterol-controlling statins lower CoQ10 levels, but supplements do not reliably reverse muscle side effects.

Terry Graedon - April 10, 2024

Will a Potassium Salt Substitute Lower Your Blood Pressure?

Joe Graedon - April 8, 2024

Does Prevagen Help to Improve Memory?

Terry Graedon - April 4, 2024

Does Red Yeast Rice for Lowering Cholesterol Have Side Effects?

Terry Graedon - April 1, 2024

What Are the Health Benefits of Nattokinase?

Terry Graedon - April 1, 2024

What Can You Do for a Kitchen Burn?

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Terry Graedon - March 31, 2024

What Is the Risk of Red Yeast Rice?

The risk of red yeast rice for causing muscle pain is lower than that of a statin, but some people do develop muscle problems as a consequence.

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Terry Graedon - March 25, 2024

Pickle Relish Will Do in a Pinch Against Leg Cramps

Pickle juice is a classic home remedy for painful post-exercise leg cramps. Pickle relish is an acceptable substitute.