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Why Are Health Screenings So Important?

Why Are Health Screenings So Important?
Eating healthy and maintaining a regular exercise routine are great ways to stay healthy. Unfortunately, doing these things won’t guarantee your overall health. The human body is a complex machine and sometimes things go awry. In a nutshell, this is exactly why getting regular health screenings is so important, especially… Read More
 

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Additional Steps

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Additional Steps
Hopefully, you got a chance to read our last post detailing 5 steps that you could take lower your cholesterol this month. We recommend reading that one if you have a few minutes. This week we are adding to that list with 5 additional steps that you can take this… Read More
 

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Steps

Lower Your Cholesterol This Month in 5 Steps
September is Cholesterol Education Month and we have just one question for you: Do you know where your cholesterol levels are at? Just because they were alright 10 years ago does not mean you’re still in the clear. In fact, leading cardiologists recommend that everyone over the age of 20… Read More
 

The American Heart Month Infographic

The American Heart Month Infographic
Our sister site, Avail Clinical Research, created this really great infographic in honor of American Heart Month this year, and we really wanted to share it with our readers. If you are unfamiliar with this awareness event, then please check this out! Click on the image to enlarge it: Courtesy… Read More
 

What Are The Best Foods for Your Heart?

What Are The Best Foods for Your Heart?
In case you haven’t yet heard, it is American Heart Month. This one means a lot to us here at Achieve Clinical Research, because heart disease is currently the leading cause of death in the country. However there is a silver lining, because most cases can be prevented if people… Read More
 

Think Avocados are Bad for Cholesterol? Think Again!

Think Avocados are Bad for Cholesterol? Think Again!
Avocados are the green, slightly slimy but delicious fatty fruits that have hit an all time high in their popularity. Arguments have raged back and forth over the potential health benefits for a long time, but now there really may be something for avocado lovers to rejoice over. A study… Read More
 

September is National Cholesterol Education Month

September is National Cholesterol Education Month
It’s September again, and while summer may now be over, that means that it’s National Cholesterol Education Month once again! We’ve discussed this important event in the past, but we’re hoping that even more people will take this opportunity to get their cholesterol levels checked and take steps to improve… Read More
 

Will The New Cholesterol Guidelines Prevent More Heart Attacks?

Will The New Cholesterol Guidelines Prevent More Heart Attacks?
The new guidelines for the treatment of high cholesterol released late last year made it so that significantly more people would qualify for prescription medications such as statins. This sparked a heated debate amongst cardiologists, physicians and other medical professionals over the effectiveness of these new methods. Well, supporters of… Read More
 

A Non-Statin Therapy Shows Promise in Global Study

A Non-Statin Therapy Shows Promise in Global Study
We’ve discussed this at length in the past, but statins have been a serious point of contention when it comes to treating high cholesterol. Some people have been taking statins for years as an effective means of managing their cholesterol levels. However, there are some patients in which this commonly… Read More
 

Did We Just Discover the Cure for High Cholesterol?

Did We Just Discover the Cure for High Cholesterol?
Conditions like obesity and heart disease are about as common as they come in the world today. Health experts have wracked their brains for better ways to prevent people from developing these conditions, but it has proven quite the challenge. Studies have shown us that genetics play a strong role… Read More
 
 
 

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