As a doctor passionate about heart health, I am excited to share with you some vital insights. Our recent analysis of over 1,400 health assessments has uncovered surprising trends in heart risks, prompting us to act for your well-being. These findings highlight trends in heart risks that are crucial for everyone to understand.
“50% of what you learn in medical school will turn out to be either outdated or dead wrong within 5 years of your graduation. The trouble is no one can tell you which half. So, you have to learn to learn on your own.”
Tasmanian doctors are welcoming new Federal Government subsidiaries, set to make life-saving treatment used to lower cholesterol levels in high-risk patients more affordable
Are you on a cholesterol lowering tablet? Are you happy you're on a cholesterol lowering tablet. Do you know exactly why you're on that tablet? Do you know what goal or objective, what levels you're aiming for with that tablet?
I'm interested in trying to reduce cardiovascular events, or heart attack, for individuals. I've got a question for you today, though. What I'd like to know is whether you're engaged in looking after your own health and do you know what your up-to-date sugar levels are?
New data reveals Tasmanians are not doing enough to get their cholesterol levels in check, with Cardiologist Dr Warrick Bishop warning people about the increased risk of a heart attack or stroke.
The production of cholesterol within the body is predominantly within the liver. That process has a number of steps and one of the steps that produces cholesterol involves an enzyme called HMG-CoA reductase.
Cholesterol is a frequently discussed topic. So, is cholesterol 'good or bad', and should we be 'treated for it?' But what is it? Cholesterol is a 'steroid alcohol' and is found in most body tissues
Cholesterol, there’s lots of talk about it, is it “good or bad”, should we be “treated for it”, but what is it?