Donald Trump’s sniffles may be caused by the statin drug he takes. Runny nose is listed as a “common” side effect of this widely-prescribed drug.

Trump’s Sniffles: Were They Caused by This Drug?

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Media speculation is rampant over what caused Donald Trump’s constant sniffles during his debate with Hillary Clinton.

Trump loudly sniffed at least 37 times, according to a count by The Washington Post.1

Internet memes sprang up about the sniffs. They caused a sensation on social media. Speculation ranged from allergies to drug use. But there’s no evidence Trump is allergic to anything. In fact, it is Hillary who has sinus trouble. And it’s well documented that he doesn’t drink, much less use cocaine.

The most logical explanation would be that Trump was coming down with a cold. But journalists noted that he has long had the same runny-nose problem off-and-on throughout the campaign. And the morning after debate, Trump told Fox News he did not have a cold.2

There’s another explanation that is more logical… Trump’s doctor has confirmed that the candidate is taking one prescription drug. It’s Crestor (rosuvastatin). It’s a statin drug he takes to lower his cholesterol.

One of the most common side effects? Runny nose and congestion.3

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Statin Side Effects Are Rampant

Statins side effects are notoriously common. A study in JAMA earlier this year showed that more than 40% of people taking a statin suffer muscle pain.4 And that doesn’t even account for the many other statin problems listed as “common.” They include cough, sore throat, headaches, skin rash, swollen glands, and trouble swallowing.5

The worst part? There is little evidence that statins even do what they are designed to do, which is to prevent heart attacks.

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In Good Health,

Angela Salerno
Executive Director, INH Health Watch

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