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Jan 04, 2024
Recent research has revealed that Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL) – considered "bad" cholesterol because it contributes to cholesterol build-up and blockage in the arteries – spikes by 20% in the days after Christmas.

Dec 19, 2023
Every Christmas, there are numerous warnings in the press and on social media about the dangers of consuming too much food and alcohol.

Dec 14, 2023
It's frustrating trying to buy presents for a loved one who always says they have everything they need. However, there is a new gift idea trending this Christmas that could be a lot more valuable than socks, bath sets, perfumed candles or aftershave.

Dec 07, 2023
This Christmas, you can eat turkey, Brussels sprouts and roast potatoes without worrying about your cholesterol levels, says a leading blood testing expert.

Nov 30, 2023
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has revealed a British person has contracted a new strain of so-called 'swine flu' – influenza A (H1N2)v.

Nov 23, 2023
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas but, as we set about organising food, presents and parties, we should also be planning how to survive the season, says a leading health testing expert.

Nov 16, 2023
There's bad news for those of us planning to eat lots of treats over Christmas. High cholesterol levels in middle age can increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and dementia in our later years by up to 40%.

Nov 09, 2023
London Medical Laboratory released new analysis last month revealing that over half of Brits (54%) have high cholesterol.

Nov 02, 2023
Amazon's impressive Q3 (July-September) 13% sales increase has been fuelled by the rapid development of its Pharmacy and Clinic marketplaces in the US.

Oct 26, 2023
This October is Cholesterol Awareness Month, and a leading medical expert says increased awareness of this condition can't come too soon.


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