| Posted On Dec 05, 2018 | By:

Aspirin: Sorting out the Facts for Cardiovascular Protection

Although traditionally used as a pain and fever reliever, aspirin has also been used for decades to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. However, if you have seen or heard any of the recent news headlines, you may be questioning whether or not you should be taking a daily aspirin for heart protection.

A trio of recently published clinical studies (ARRIVE, ASCEND, and ASPREE) calls into question the benefits of aspirin use for cardiovascular protection and highlights the possible risks associated with its use.

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| Posted On Apr 14, 2016 | By:

Cholesterol: The good, the bad and staying healthy

Cholesterol. It’s a word frequently associated with health issues like heart disease, stroke, and even diabetes. Although cholesterol gets a pretty bad rap, our bodies produce it naturally. Of course, when it comes to something as delicate as the human body, too much or too little of anything can be cause for concern.

Let’s break down the basics:

What is cholesterol?

Simply put, cholesterol is a waxy,

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