Find the latest stories, news, and expert advice about high cholesterol, including medical research on symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
The latest cholesterol guidelines may not have made the New York Times Best Sellers list, but they definitely have the attention of the medical community.
Let two top cardiologists explain the good, the bad, and, yep, the ugly about LDL and HDL cholesterol.
Learn how to keep your cholesterol in check to help prevent high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, even the risk of stroke.
Lower your LDL (bad cholesterol) and boost your HDL (good cholesterol) by adding these foods to your grocery list.
Restaurant menus are tricky when you’re watching your cholesterol. Use these strategies so you can have your (whole-wheat, fruit-topped) cake and eat it, too.
You know what they say about apples—one a day will keep the doctor away—but a new study finds this old saying could apply to avocados, too.
The biggest misconception is that triglycerides and cholesterol go hand in hand. Not quite. Here, experts break down why you should know the difference.
You probably know that high triglycerides can raise your risk of heart disease, but did you realize the condition can impact everything from your eyes to your pancreas? Learn what to watch for—and what to do to protect against complications.
You exercise and try to eat right, but your doc is still telling you your triglycerides are too high? Maybe it’s those less-than-obvious habits (looking at you coffee drinks!) that are to blame.
Getting your triglycerides back into a healthy range often requires a one-two punch: healthier habits plus medication. We'll walk you through your options.
We'll just go ahead and say it: Omega-3s may be your magic bullet for high triglycerides. Learn how much and what type to take.