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2013-01-27 23:02:05

Jonny Bowden, aka “The Rogue Nutritionist”, named 8 myths surrounding cholesterol.

Ugly Cholesterol Causes Heart Disease
2013-01-22 07:35:27

The good, the bad, and the ugly might sound like the title of a spaghetti western, but in reality it is the three types of cholesterol in your body. A new study from the University of Copenhagen shows that ischemic heart disease – is three times higher in individuals with high levels of the "ugly" kind of cholesterol.

2012-12-30 05:03:13

Cholesterol lowering product has now launched online at HypercetCholesterolFormula.com.

2012-12-24 15:17:26

Scientists at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have identified two molecules that play an important role in the survival and production of nerve cells in the brain, including nerve cells that produce dopamine.

Eating Whole Eggs Add Nutritional Benefits
2012-12-14 21:23:46

Adding whole eggs as part of a weight loss diet may have positive effects for you all around, but particularly if you suffer from metabolic syndrome.

2012-11-28 13:08:16

A large study addressing the effectiveness and safety of aldosterone antagonist therapy for older heart failure patients has found notable differences between the drug's results in clinical trial vs. what occurs in actual practice.

New Probiotic Reduces Bad Cholesterol
2012-11-06 19:24:26

A new study is claiming that with just two daily doses of a new strain of probiotic, one could see a significant decrease in key cholesterol-bearing molecules in the blood.

Hereditary High Blood Cholesterol Overlooked By Health Community
2012-11-02 10:00:25

A new study from the University of Copenhagen recently revealed that high blood cholesterol is a serious hereditary disease that has been overlooked and has not been given effective treatments as compared to other illnesses.


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swell-mobsman
  • A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.
Use of the word 'swell-mobsman' dates at least to the early 1800s.