cholesterol

Four things you need to know about the cholesterol-lowering medication coming to the NHS.
High cholesterol has been linked to serious health problems – but many of us assume it’s something we only need to worry about when we get older.
You may want to stay indoors whilst the weather is cold but going on a run has its benefits. From keeping your cholesterol low to beating depression, running can be a great form of exercise for those who don’t want to be stuck in a gym.
So you’re considering going vegetarian or vegan. You want your children to grow up in a world without global warming. You
At the age of 16 while I was away at boarding school, I lost my father to a heart attack. He was only 53 years old and it
At the age of 16 while I was away at boarding school, I lost my father to a heart attack. He was only 53 years old and it
Detecting, treating and preventing these conditions cost the NHS billions of pounds every year. And the number of people affected by cardiovascular disease is likely to rise with an ageing and growing population. Records show that the number of hospital visits for cardiovascular disease has reached the highest level for decades.
Anti-inflammatory injections could be the biggest breakthrough in the treatment of heart attacks since the introduction of
A team of scientists and medical experts at Michigan State University have discovered a symptom that if found could be a
Another thing to think about when you're awake at 3am 😴
New research has found that a good night’s sleep isn’t just stopping you from dropping off at your desk, but is also protecting
Cholesterol is a frequently used health term but do you know what it actually means or how it can affect you? Check out my series of quiz questions below - the answers may surprise you!
Need a good reason to leave the office on time this evening? Tell your boss that new research has shown long hours increases
Once again we have garlic to thank for coming to our rescue. According to a 2007 World Cancer Research Fund review, garlic
That doesn't mean people should stop taking them, though.
Patients who are susceptible to developing Parkinson’s disease may speed up the onset by taking prescribed statins, according