Harvard Men's Health Watch

In the journals: Statins linked to leg pain but not weakness

In a study of healthy people, taking high doses of a statin drug to lower "bad" cholesterol doesn't cause muscle weakness but does trigger minor muscle pain in a small number of cases.

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