Cholesterol medications can increase drug injuries like diabetes
February 18, 2010
Researchers reported that cholesterol medications could increase the risk of diabetes, according to Reuters.
However, because of the drug’s heart protection, the risk is outweighed.
Crestor and other cholesterol-lowering medications could cause drug injuries such as an increased risk for diabetes.
Researchers do not know what is behind the link; however, Texas patients who take statins might be at an increased risk for Texas drug injuries like diabetes.