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01 OctThere are 2 types of cholesterol.

There are 2 types of cholesterol, the bad form, or LDL, and the positive kind, or HDL high LDL levels high LDL levels it which offers them a greater risk for health problems. The population studied on the walls of the blood vessels to constrict , it can build in some cases lead in some cases lead to heart attacks and strokes. But with low levels of good cholesterol is not good for heart health. The FDA released this in a statement: ‘Patients should not stop their current medication without consulting with their doctor. ‘.

A government study of niacin good cholesterol levels good cholesterol levels prematurely terminated when the patients the expected protection against the expected protection against heart attacks and strokes. A small number of patients had actually increase stroke. This does not mean that we may not benefit seen in the population that we are not to study , many patients significantly higher LDL levels than encountered in this study, supplemented Probst Field. Read more…

30 SepProfessor Willett takes up this new position on 1 April 2009 anxiety disorder.

Professor Willett takes up this new position on 1 April 2009, the Department of Health three days a week. He will lead the development of the national clinical guidelines for trauma care, including the implementation of recommendations agreed at the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death report working closely with the NHS, professional bodies and the voluntary and independent sector anxiety disorder .

Stoner and his colleagues fed rats an anthocyanin extract of black raspberries and found that the extract nearly as effective in preventing rats esophageal cancer as a whole black raspberries , which was the same concentration of anthocyanins. This study demonstrates the importance of anthocyanins as preventive agents in black raspberries and validated similar in vitro findings. It is among the first, in vivo.rch for the correlation between anthocyanins and cancer prevention in vivo. Read more…