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Is 'good cholesterol' really good for you; not so, suggests a new study. University of Chicago (U-C) researchers challenged popular notion that simply having high levels of good cholesterol (HDL) and low levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) is necessary
Story Video video In fact, the cardiology group thinks one in every three adults need these drugs to control their cholesterol levels. That beggars belief, considering there is little evidence statins prevent heart attacks and strokes in most people.
Because exercise has the potential to protect against heart disease in a variety of ways, Christian K. HDL in men who weight trained regularly behaved in a healthier way than HDL in sedentary men. They found that the men who didn't exercise were more
HDL also found to enhance cancer aggressiveness Past studies have found cholesterol as an important regulator of breast
Scientists have found that high levels of 'good cholesterol', known to protect against heart disease, may raise breast cancer risk and enhance cancer aggressiveness. Researchers showed that a high density lipoprotein (HDL) receptor found on breast
Ananthan Reduce LDL, the bad' cholesterol, and increase HDL, the good' cholesterol, in your diet The major cause of high cholesterol is eating items rich in fat, especially saturated fat...It isn't something which should cause concern only to
Submit and View Results or View Results Desirable 0-199 Borderline 200-239 High 240+ Your level is currently Congratulations! Your total cholesterol level is in the Desirable range, and your level of "bad" LDL cholesterol is optimal...Your total
S tatins are widely prescribed for lowering cholesterol, but cardiologists often don't discuss (or sometimes even dismiss) one of the significant side effects: muscle pain. What causes it, and can it be alleviated without having to give up the
Reed/Bloomberg News Statins are widely prescribed for lowering cholesterol, but cardiologists often don't discuss (or sometimes even dismiss) one of the significant side-effects: muscle pain. What causes it, and can it be alleviated without having to
More good news for chocolate lovers: Research shows that the polyphenols in cocoa powder can improve your cholesterol levels. Like certain other foods such as berries and green tea, cocoa powder is high in antioxidant chemicals known as polyphenols.