Sushmita Sengupta , April 25, 2017 10:56 IST
Your expanded waistline refuses to shrink an inch, despite following the recommended set of workout and exercises?
Dr. Rupali Datta , Clinical Nutritionist, March 17, 2017 13:10 IST
Some commonly used kitchen ingredients can help in controlling high cholesterol levels.
Indo-Asian News Service , October 17, 2016 16:52 IST
High cholesterol, which is a known factor for the decrease in heart health may harm more than our cardiovascular systems and lead to bone loss, say researchers including one of Indian-origin.
Indo-Asian News Service , August 12, 2016 12:12 IST
Too much of a good thing may not always be better for your health. Researchers have shown that high levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol - commonly touted as "good cholesterol" for ...
Nancy Szokan , The Washington Post, July 13, 2016 15:06 IST
Hand-grip exercises - squeezing one of those V-shape devices with a resistance spring - can lower your blood pressure by about 10 percent.
Indo-Asian News Service , June 28, 2016 14:16 IST
Older people with high levels of "bad" or low-density lipoprotein (LDL-C) cholesterol live as long, and often longer, than their peers with low levels of the same cholesterol.
NDTV Food , June 09, 2016 18:07 IST
Barley has a lowering effect on the total bad cholesterol in high-risk individuals, but can also benefit people without high cholesterol.
IANS , June 01, 2016 16:51 IST
The findings showed that such children had a higher ratio of total cholesterol and were also at risk of cardiometabolic markers -- chances for having diabetes, heart disease or stroke.
AFP , April 04, 2016 12:42 IST
Genetic mutations that can be blamed for unusually high cholesterol are far rarer than previously thought, existing in only about two percent of the population.
Reuters , March 11, 2016 15:37 IST
The scientists found that people with the mutation had an increased relative risk of coronary heart disease almost equivalent to the risk caused by smoking.
IANS , February 20, 2016 15:47 IST
Eating fresh avocados every day can significantly change lipid profiles and improve cholesterol levels, reveals a study.
Jane E. Brody , The New York Times, November 10, 2015 16:38 IST
Many Americans, when faced with a serious health risk like high cholesterol, opt to take a pill rather than adopt healthier living habits.
IANS , September 11, 2015 18:18 IST
The findings may open door to new therapies to alter gut bacteria types that contribute to body weight, fat and cholesterol levels. This can further facilitate prevention of heart disease.
IANS , September 07, 2015 17:22 IST
According to a new study, an antibody called "alirocumab" can significantly lower cholesterol levels in patients with very high levels of low density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) or what is called "bad" cholesterol.
NDTV Food , March 19, 2015 10:50 IST
According a recent research high cholesterol and triglycerides levels can prevent the essential vitamin E from reaching the tissues that need it.
Reuters , February 20, 2015 18:19 IST
Egg and red meat lovers may find reason to rejoice in a decision by a United States advisory health panel to remove warnings about dietary cholesterol, saying that there is no link ...
Reuters , February 11, 2015 17:45 IST
At a December meeting, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee discussed its decision to no longer deem cholesterol a "nutrient of concern."
IANS , Toronto, April 08, 2014 14:51 IST
According to a new study, eating one serving a day of beans, peas or lentils can significantly reduce "bad cholesterol" and therefore the risk of cardiovascular disease. Sievenpiper of St Michael's Hospital ...
IANS , Washington, April 10, 2013 15:46 IST
A study by American scientists presented Wednesday supports the view that a substance in egg white has the ability to lower blood pressure without negative effects.Scientists reported that a component of egg ...
IANS , London, January 31, 2013 16:28 IST
Drinking red wine can ward-off cholesterol build-up resulting from eating red meat, say scientists.Harmful compounds from red meat form in the bloodstream, creating "bad" cholesterol that damages blood vessels and heightens cardiac ...