A new study by scientists shows you exactly why you shouldn't eat late at night.
The growing number of evidence of the dangers of too much time spent sitting down have researchers urging policy makers into making it a public health concern.
Cholesterol-lowering drugs could prevent the formation of blood clots in the vein by as much as 25 percent.
Saturated fats appears to be responsible for making blood cholesterol levels higher which results in greater trouble.
There's a new way to have a greater chance in surviving surgery through a drug called statin. Will it be available for all?
Heart problems are the immediate thing that comes into mind when one thinks of the perils that high blood cholesterol could bring. But the good news is that there are ways to safeguard your heart in this area though it will require some effort on your end.
A new study reported that American teenagers are eating healthier diets.
Scientists find that eating less saturated fats can boost your health.
Scientists find that fragmented sleep can expose seniors to serious illnesses, such as stroke and arteriosclerosis.
A cholesterol-lowering drug tested for its effectiveness on patients of multiple sclerosis may also help treat Parkinson's.
A draft guidelines released by U.S. Preventive Services Task Force strongly recommends cholesterol-lowering statin drugs to adults aged 40-75 with 10% heart risk in the next 10 years to prevent heart attacks and other cardiovascular diseases.
A panel of experts is recommending that adults aged 40 and over should take statins as a preventive measure.
Researchers modified molecular pathways in gut bacteria to prevent formation of a substance that contributes to atherosclerosis.
Not enough Americas are treating their high cholesterol, the CDC reported.
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