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American Heart Association: “Drug Therapy for Cholesterol.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Cholesterol Guide: How to Take Your Medicine,” “Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs,” “Plant Sterols and Stanols,” “Statin Medications and Heart Disease.”
European Society of Cardiology: “Statins Prevent Cataracts.”
Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation: “Cholesterol-Lowering Statins May Ward off Dementia.”
FDA: “Controlling Cholesterol with Statins.”
Harvard Medical School: “FDA Changes Safety Information on Statin Drugs.”
Johns Hopkins Medicine: “Complementary and Alternative Medicines,” “How Statin Drugs Protect the Heart.”
National Heart, Blood and Lung Institute: “High Blood Cholesterol: What You Need to Know,” “How is High Blood Cholesterol Treated?”
The Johns Hopkins Lupus Center: “Cholesterol Medications (Statins).”
UpToDate: “Patient information: High cholesterol treatment options (Beyond the Basics).”
U.S. National Library of Medicine: “Coenzyme Q-10.”
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