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Cholesterol deprivation can kill brain tumour cells

Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common and most aggressive form of brain cancer, which is extremely difficult to treat. 

Panchakarma treatment for a week may reduce heart disease risk

One week of Panchakarma programme -- an Ayurvedic-based well being programme that features a vegetarian diet, meditation, yoga and massages -- can lead to measurable decreases in a set of blood-based metabolites associated with inflammation, cholesterol regulation and cardiovascular disease risk, the results of a clinical trial have shown.

Excess 'good cholesterol' may shorten your life

 Too much of a good thing may not always be better for your health. Researchers have shown that high levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol - commonly touted as "good cholesterol" for helping to reduce risk of stroke and heart attack - may increase a person's risk of premature death as much as its low levels.

Five foods that can help lower bad cholesterol! (Watch slideshow)

Five foods that can help lower bad cholesterol! (Watch slideshow)

Five foods that can help lower bad cholesterol! (Watch slideshow)

Lower your cholesterol with these five healthy foods! - Watch slideshow

Lower your cholesterol with these five healthy foods! - Watch slideshow

Lower your cholesterol with these five healthy foods! - Watch slideshow

Find out how many eggs can you eat per week!

Eggs contain a large amount of proteins and other essential nutrients.

Know why grapefruit is good for health!

Grapefruit is often considered good for health as the fruit is packed with many nutrients and Viatmins.

Controlled BP, cholesterol can ward off heart disease in oldies

Age modifies the link between blood pressure, cholesterol and adverse cardiovascular outcome in older adults and now, a new study suggests that older patients are not too old to benefit from individualized preventive heart therapy.

Controlling 'bad cholesterol' may prevent tumour growth

One of the key factors for this process are proteins we all have that, in larger quantities, may cause a decrease in the amount of LDL receptors to excrete the cholesterol.

Genetically high cholesterol may be more common than thought

 People who are born with genetically high cholesterol may be about twice as common in the United States as previously believed, according to new research published on Monday.

Choose job wisely and stay away from strokes!

A recent study presented in the American Heart Association's Epidemiology/Lifestyle 2016 meetings revealed that workers in sales, office support or service occupation were more prone to heart diseases and stroke risks than the one in management or professional jobs.

Saturated fat, sugar are contributors to coronary heart disease

One in every six deaths in the United States and throughout the developed world takes place due to Atherosclerotic Coronary Heart Disease (CHD).

Liver recovers faster on low-sugar diets

Liver damage caused by diet high in fat, sugar and cholesterol may be difficult to reverse even if the diet is generally improved, a new study shows.

Blocking fat transport could increase lifespan

Blocking a naturally occurring protein responsible for transporting fats like cholesterol around the body may help increase your lifespan, new research has found.

Top 5 foods to lower blood cholesterol

Believe it or not but the diet to eat plays an important role in keeping the cholesterol level in check.

Kids with common allergies at high heart disease risk

Children with allergic disease had a much higher risk for high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

7 foods that cut cholesterol, heart attack risk naturally!

Bad lifestyle and less physical activity is one of the major reasons as to why cholesterol levels tend to go high.

Keeping heart healthy with tree nuts

You may want to start eating tree nuts as a new study has found that they ward off heart diseases.

Short bursts of exercise make diabetics fitter quicker

 Researchers found that short bursts of high-intensity exercise improved cholesterol, blood sugar and weight among Type 2 diabetes patients.

High cholesterol may cause tendon abnormalities

 High levels of cholesterol are linked to a heightened risk of tendon abnormalities and pain, reveals a pooled analysis of the available evidence.