Two exciting new drugs that can dramatically lower “bad” cholesterol levels have received approval from an FDA advisory panel, moving the drugs closer to being available for patient use.
A top nutrition advisory committee says people no longer have to be concerned about eating foods that are high in cholesterol. The committee’s report will help shape the next version of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines.
New heart guidelines take a dramatic turn, recommending greatly increased use of cholesterol-lowering statin medications.
A large Cleveland Clinic-led study looks at a new drug that may increase HDL, or “good” cholesterol. The good, the bad and the promising in cholesterol research.
Next time you make a salad, sprinkle a few sesame, pumpkin or other seeds for a healthy mix -- but keep the seeds in moderation to avoid adding too many calories and fat.