The hype about statin drugs to reduce cholesterol is increasing by the day. In statin drugs and side effects, we will learn about the best selling and most profitable drugs ever created.
A new study has been published revealing that statins do NOT decrease atherosclerosis and that the drugs may actually be exacerbating and stimulating atherosclerosis and heart failure. The reason given in the research are numerous, the major ones being: Continue reading Statin Drugs and Side Effects – the truth →
Mandatory Vaccines and now this!
In my last post I talked about mandatory vaccines and how the pharmaceuticals are taking over our health, not in a good way. This post ‘digital pill approved’ informs the reader that the FDA has approved use of a pill which has a tracking sensor inside it to monitor the patient and make sure they don’t skip their medication! The name – Abilify MyCite (aripiprazole pill with sensor). Continue reading Digital Pill Approved! →
This is the conclusion of a 4 part article on blood pressure : what drugs are you on? Renin Inhibitors is the last BP drug to discuss. Click here if you want to catch up on: Part 1 for Diuretics, Part 2 for CCBs & ACEIs and Part 3 for ARBs and Beta Blockers. Continue reading Blood Pressure : what drugs are you on? Conclusion →
In Part 3 of Blood Pressure: what drugs are you on, ARBs (angiotensin II receptor blockers) and beta blockers will be looked at. Have a look at Part 1 for Diuretics and Part 2 for CCBs and ACEIs
Continue reading Blood Pressure: what drugs are you on? Part 3 →
This is Part 2 of Blood Pressure : what drugs are you on? Suffice to say, the list of drugs for high blood pressure is extensive so I am just covering what I consider to be the most commonly prescribed.
In part one of this article, diuretics were described along with their extensive side effects. The next most common BP drugs would be CCBs (calcium channel blockers) and ACEIs (angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors) which we will look at in this part. But first, another story from Dr Carolyn Dean. Continue reading Blood Pressure : what drugs are you on? Part 2 →