Brain Protein Regulation Aided By Cholesterol
Cholesterol can have effects even in the brain. Brain protein regulation is aided by cholesterol, as a study shows.
Dark Chocolate Can Lower Risk Of Heart Attack And Stroke
Health experts are recommending the moderate intake of dark chocolate to help lower the risk of heart diseases and stroke. The health tip comes as Valentine's Day is just around the corner.
New Study Explains How Body Produces Cholesterols
A recent report titled “Managing Your Cholesterol” and published by the Harvard Special Health Report reveals how the human body produces the famed cholesterols and the kinds of cholesterols that impact the human body and health.
Depression Could Affect Your Heart Just As Much As Bad Cholesterol
When thinking of heart attacks, you might assume that the most common causes are smoking, high cholesterol, or obesity. Mental health issues are probably left behind individual concerns. But a new study found out that depression also poses great heart health risk just as other more familiar heart disease contributors.
New Cholesterol Drugs Are Safe, Even Healthy People Should Take Them
Experts claim that a combination of new cholesterol drugs are a lot safer and more effective in lowering bad cholesterol. Some also say that if people can't lower cholesterol intake themselves, they should take the drug even when they're healthy.
Diabetes risk higher due to statin use
Increased use of statins may put you to a risk of diabetes, a study claims.
Don't Hate On Egg Yolks: Why Many Say They Are Good For You
The former rap against eggs was high cholesterol, but new evaluations claim a world of benefits.