Who should be taking statins?
Dr. Jen Ashton appears live on "GMA" to discuss a new study that says millions of American should be taking the lifesaving drugs.
A deadly house explosion in Firestone, Colorado
New book, "Shattered," chronicles election night and Hillary Clinton's crushing defeat; new medical news about heart disease and statins.
New Study Suggests Link Between Statins and Reducing Alzheimer's
The "GMA" team of insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
New Study Claims High Use of Cholesterol -Lowering Statins Lowers Risk of Alzheimer's
To the index. And a new clue tonight in fighting Alzheimer's disease. High use of cholesterol lowering statins is now tied to a lower risk of Alzheimer's for patients over the age of 65. Researchers say women taking statins for at least 2 1/2 years had a 15% lower risk. For men, 12% lower. Doctors
Index: Escaped Alleged Killer Caught Following 16 Hours on the Run
To be a knicks tonight do you skate the murder suspect that behind bars in Houston Missouri. Police launching an intense manhunt for the prisoner charged with murder and assault for allegedly shooting two people. They say he stuck out through a jail door propped open because of construction. The
Officials Issue New Guidelines About Statins and Your Health
The U.S. Preventive Services recommends cholesterol screenings for adults between ages 40 and 75.
David Muir Gets Rare Access to Guantanamo
The future of one of the most notorious prisons as well as its remaining detainees is up in the air.
Florida Family Claims Samsung Galaxy Note7 Phone Set Their Jeep Ablaze
It is time for football and it's time for our big board. Our team of insiders standing by live for more on this morning's top stories. Dr. Richard Besser, good to have you back with us this half hour. His story is coming up but first let's start with that smartphone warning. A Florida man's jeep
Study Reveals New Medication to Fight High Cholesterol
That was fantastic. Health headline now for the 70 million Americans with high cholesterol. A new kind of drug may help lower the cholesterols of those who can't take statins because of the side effects. As many as 1 in 5 people who take statins will stop because of mussel pain or weakness. They
Stores Advertising Cheaper Drugs From Canada Are Put to the Test
Part 3: Howard Sklamberg of the FDA said only "a very small percentage" of drugs are actually from Canada.