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February is American Heart Month. When was the last time you had your cholesterol levels checked?
Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, or NASH, is a form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
A speedy overview of the major scientific findings presented at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam (AIDS 2018)
To lose weight, should you chow down sooner rather than later?
For some adults ages 85 to 94, high cholesterol might mean better brain health.
Study finds that eating almonds daily could improve heart health.
The American Heart Association reports that the nutty oil is not as healthy as you may think.
The superfoods controversy
Why you should keep active whenever possible
Certain people with naturally low cholesterol and heart attack risks seem to be missing letters from a specific gene on chromosome 17.
A mounting body of research shows many fats are good friends to our health.
The cardiovascular benefits of popular cholesterol drugs might come at a very viral cost.
New medicines promise to drop patients’ cholesterol levels to unprecedented lows.
A recent study seems to contradict the idea that one of our favorite breakfast foods should be blacklisted.
Experts say new findings are a ’good news-bad news scenario’ for patients at-risk for heart disease.
Scientists found that MS patients who took double the usual dose of statins showed 43 percent less brain shrinkage.
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