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Low cholesterol levels linked with increased risk of cancer, so is cholesterol reduction safe? by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Sep 2008 6:56am When in comes to cholesterol levels, the mantra is usually ‘the lower the better’. The idea here is that the lower the level of cholesterol in our bloodstreams, the lower our risk of cardiovascular disease (e.g. heart attack and stroke) and therefore, we hope, death from these conditions. But wait a minute, even if this were true, how about if lo ... Read on »
High Cholesterol Levels in Your 40s Raises the Odds of Developing Alzheimer's Disease by 50 Percent by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Aug 2009 10:55pm I wrote about this issue for the first during April, 2008 -- High cholesterol levels in your 40s may raise the chance of developing Alzheimer's disease. Last week, this study of more than 9,000 Californians came back into the news with a newer updated version in the journal Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders In the study ... Read on »
QuickMedical Announces Study Linking High Cholesterol Levels to Increased Risk for Developing Alzheimer's Disease or Vascular De by Susan Berg Posted Tue 08 May 2012 12:00am Here is a great for caregivers and healthcare professionals, You will love the Here is information on being the best caregiver you can be Here is a way for nurses administrators, social workers and other health care professionals to get an easyceu or two Follow Alzheimers1 on twitter SeattlePI According ... Read on »
The result of 1.5 years of eating 15+ eggs a week? Optimum Cholesterol Levels!!! by Doug Wallace Posted Tue 20 Dec 2011 3:36am While at work, a co-worker and fellow sports fan casually mentioned that ex-NBA ball player Armen Gilliam, dropped dead of a heart attack while playing a game of ball. Being around the same age as Gilliam, pushing 50, I asked myself, with all the eggs I eat, could I possibly be vulnerable to something like that happening to me so suddenly and u ... Read on »
How to lower your cholesterol level naturally by OlwenAnderson Health Maven Posted Tue 13 Mar 2012 3:04am If you’ve been diagnosed with ‘high cholesterol’, there are many ways you can help bring yourself back into a healthier range. Some cholesterol in your system is essential. It transports hormones around your body, amongst other tasks. Too much circulating cholesterol, however, when your body is pro-inflammatory, and cholesterol can tend to ... Read on »
Women's Cholesterol Levels Vary with Phase of Menstrual Cycle by Medline Plus Posted Wed 11 Aug 2010 5:48am National Institutes of Health researchers have shown that women's cholesterol levels correspond with monthly changes in estrogen levels. This natural variation, they suggest, might indicate a need to take into account the phases of a woman's monthly cycle before evaluating her choleste ... Read on »
What to Do if You Have High Cholesterol Levels by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Jan 2013 8:21am What do you do if your cholesterol doesn’t improve on a low-carb diet? What do you do if it gets worse? Many low carbers will tell you that you don’t really have to worry about high numbers. But is that true? Low-Carb Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Should you just ignore your high cholesterol tests? What does Dr. ... Read on »
Do You Have High Cholesterol Levels? If So Get Some Rape Seed Oil. by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Sep 2009 10:01pm If you are the type of person that has struggled with having high cholesterol levels even when you were very young. There may be a solution to this problem, a particular medical condition that can affect, over 60,000 UK citizens. Which is hypercholesterolemia if you do have it, can lead to heart related problems and furring up of your arterie ... Read on »
Better Cholesterol Level Less Risk of Disease by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Jun 2008 11:01pm It’s common knowledge that people have to eat in order to live and have the energy to do the things people do, but what’s easy to forget is - it’s what we eat that makes a lot of difference to our quality of life and whether or not we put ourselves at risk - knowingly or unknowingly. While some are able to make three or four trips to the buffet t ... Read on »
Low cholesterol levels associated with depression and other mental health issues by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 22 Jul 2010 3:05pm I know that some doctors and scientists would have us believe that, where cholesterol is concerned, “lower is better”, but I have real difficulty mustering any enthusiasm for this stance. And one major reason for this is the fact that low levels of cholesterol are associated with enhanced risk of death, perhaps most notably from increased risk ... Read on »