respiratory

Rigorous study debunks alarms that statins cause muscle problems

The authors say muscle problems with statins are an example of the ‘nocebo’ effect. A new study helps debunk the widespread belief that statins cause muscle-related pain and weakness in large numbers of patients. The “nocebo effect” may be the cause of the epidemic of muscle pain among statin users, say the study investigators and ...

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