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HDL or ‘good’ cholesterol might not make a difference to heart health: study

High-density lipoprotein (HDL), which has been referred to as “good cholesterol” by medical experts, is being re-examined after a new study questioned the benefits of this cholesterol type across racial lines. Researchers at the Oregon Health & Science University’s Knight Cardiovascular Institute analyzed 23,901 medical profiles from a Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke Study (REGARDS) and compared the risk factors of cardiovascular events happening to middle-aged Black and White patients. The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a medical research agency under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and was published in the Journal of the American...
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The One Time It's Good to Take Fiber Supplements

MAYBE IT'S THE depths of winter, when fresh fruits and vegetables seems as far away as a beach vacation. Maybe it's a recent trip to the doctor, who told you that your diet could use a lift. Maybe, in general, you just have a tough time eating enough fiber, for whatever reason.
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Blood tests and asthma clinics should be directly bookable, guidance says

NHS England has published new guidance detailing the types of appointments that patients should be able to book directly, either online, over the phone or in-person. Appointments that do not need to go through a triage process such as for blood tests, asthma clinics, travel vaccinations, childhood vaccinations and cholesterol monitoring would be ‘appropriate’ to offer via direct booking, it says.
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How to live longer: Port wine boosts longevity and reduces cholesterol levels

The key to longevity lies in staving off the precursors to chronic diseases like heart disease. While colourful fruit and veg is without a doubt a powerful weapon against various health problems, the longevity chase could be as simple as drinking wine, according to an expert. However, not all wines offer the same benefits.
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What is the difference between correlational and experimental research?

Experimental designs establish cause and effect. This is done through manipulation of the independent variable (IV) to see the effect on the dependent variable (DV). Correlations cannot establish cause and effect. Correlations simply look at the relationship between two variables and see if it is: positive (both increase), negative (one increases, one decreases), or there is no relationship. "Correlation does not equal causation."
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Treats Serious Diseases.. A Study Reveals New Benefits of Natural Honey • Al Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad Newspaper: Researchers from the University of Toronto, Canada, have discovered new benefits of bee honey in treating many diseases. The study found that honey improves cardiovascular health, and it also contributes to controlling blood sugar and cholesterol levels. As scientists have discovered, honey reduces blood glucose during fasting, harmful...
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Blood Glucose Levels Are Not Negatively Affected by

Potatoes are often thought to increase the risk of type 2 diabetes and result in weight gain and as a result frequently end up listed as foods to steer clear of, particularly for people having insulin resistance. A study however suggests that in reality potatoes don’t increase that risk, are...
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Gallstones: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, and More

Gallstones are small, hard deposits that form in your gallbladder — a pear-shaped organ under your liver that stores bile, a digestive fluid made by your liver. Gallstones can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball. They usually don’t cause symptoms until they block the duct that drains bile from your gallbladder (cholelithiasis). Although most gallstones leave your body without causing any harm, some can cause severe pain in your upper abdomen that may require surgery to remove your gallbladder (cholecystectomy).
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Tips for choosing a medical aid

It’s the time of year when medical schemes announce revised contributions, benefits and enhancements for the year ahead. With all the options it can be a little confusing, which is why you need to be smart by doing due diligence to ensure you choose a medical aid that provides the cover you need and is affordable. It’s also important to look at how you can manage your medical expenses to make your healthcare benefits last.
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Scientists from Brigham Young University found that loneliness has negative effects

Brigham Young scientists conducted a study and found that if a person spends time with himself completely and loses social contacts, it greatly affects health and immunity. It could cause an increase in blood pressure, heart problems and, importantly, an increase in cholesterol. Therefore, do not neglect these discoveries of scientists, and start the prevention of your immunity. In this case, it is worth taking drugs to lower cholesterol.
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The ‘first’ sign of cholesterol could strike in your hip – expert

High cholesterol isn’t big on announcing its presence but it needs to be detected before laying the groundwork for a slew of complications, ranging from heart disease to stroke. While the fatty culprit rarely shows symptoms, warning signs sometimes appear once cholesterol starts clogging your arteries. One tell-tale sign of this process can strike in your hip.
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