Friday, January 30th, 2015

 

Risks Associated With Low-Dose Aspirin

Risks Associated With Low-Dose Aspirin

When it comes to reducing the risk of heart attack, the very first thing that doctors suggest are small, white-colored pills of Aspirin. It’s is a widely popular medicine prescribed to decrease the risk of heart attack, stroke or colon cancer across the globe, which has been used for these purposes for years. In fact, this one medicine, Aspirin, has gained a lot of trust worldwide that people who have suffered from heart attack think that taking a few pills everyday will keep the heart attack away. However, some recentRead More


Evaluating The Risks Associated With Statins

Risk associated with statins

The use of statins for reducing cholesterol levels has been a topic of debate from quite sometime. There’ve been some studies suggesting that usage of statins like Zocor, Crestor and Lipitor may increase the risk of cataracts. In month of June there was a study published in Diabetes Care journal that linked the regular usage of statins with diabetes. Now a few days ago another study published in the December issue of Canadian Journal of Cardiology once again suggests that usage of statins may reduce the risk of heart attackRead More


4 Natural Tips For Managing Bad Cholesterol

4 Natural Tips For Managing Bad Cholesterol

Cholesterol, the waxy material produced by liver that protects our nerves, makes hormones and produces blood cells. Therefore, it’s imperative for human body. However, too much of it can reversely harm the body in m any ways. Too much cholesterol may lead to severe heath problems like heart diseases and cardiovascular diseases. If you’ve got the problem of high cholesterol, your doctor might’ve advised exercise, good eating habits and medication etc. But there’re several other things too that you can do to keep high cholesterol away. And those things don’tRead More