Drugmaker receives FDA warning
Impax Laboratories has received a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration in reference to batches of a cholesterol medication that failed to meet specifications.
Drink Tea to Your Health
Scientists have long believed that green tea is more than just a tasty beverage. Green tea has been suspected of offering a number of health benefits ranging from help lowering cholesterol to fighting cancer and even assisting with heart problems.
'Ultra-bad Cholesterol Discovered
Patients with high cholesterol have enough to worry about. But a new 'ultra-bad' form of cholesterol recently discovered by researchers may inadvertently aid those patients by leading to new treatments for preventing heart disease particularly in those with type 2 diabetes and the elderly.
The Chocolate Curse Has Lifted!
Just when you thought a healthy lifestyle meant eating nuts, fruits, and vegetables, medical manna has come straight down from heaven. Move over veggies, Momma needs her chocolate!
Importance of Taking Heart Medication
Heart disease patients usually take certain drugs to lower their cholesterol. Researchers found that patients treated for heart disease with surgery were less likely to stay on their cholesterol-lowering drugs, than those patients who were treated only with drugs.
A New Way to Lower Cholesterol?
Having too much cholesterol in your blood can raise your risk for some serious health problems. There are drugs for high cholesterol, but they can have lots of side effects. Now, researchers may have found a way to treat high cholesterol without as many side effects.
Pine Tree Bark is as Big as its Bite
As many as 35 million adults in the U.S. may suffer with metabolic syndrome-- a group of risk factors including high blood pressure, obesity and high blood glucose levels.
Their Hearts Will Go On
Mammalian newborn hearts can heal themselves completely, according to new research from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Fast food -- which is tremendously high in fat and salt content -- remains a favorite food for a number of patients who have had a heart attack.
Stroke risk in men and women increases with higher levels of non-fasting triglycerides (a type of blood fat), according to new research.