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Lipitor is Officially Generic
It's official - the Food and Drug Administration approved a generic version of Lipitor yesterday. The generic drug, which will be manufactured by the pharmaceutical company, Raxaby, will contain the... Read more

Ways to Save on Your Cholesterol-Lowering Medications
Whether you've just started taking cholesterol-lowering medication -- or have been on them for awhile -- you know that you're monthly meds can be quite pricey. And the price can... Read more

One-Pot Stew Recipes for Your Low Cholesterol Diet
It's that time of the year again where the weather begins to turn cold and blistering. At times like these, a warm, savory soup or stew would make a perfect... Read more

Cholesterol Basics
Cholesterol is a fatty molecule that is manufactured by your liver. You need cholesterol in order to help you manufacture certain types of hormones. However, too much cholesterol circulating through the blood can lead to heart disease.


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