The higher your cholesterol level, the higher your risk of developing atherosclerosis, stroke, heart attack and high blood pressure (hypertension)... even if you're thin! The Department of Endocrinology at Singapore General Hospital (SGH), a member of the SingHealth group, explains.
Are Statins Safe to Take Long Term?
A study conducted by SingHealth Polyclinics (SHP), a member of the SingHealth group, and sponsored by the Singapore Heart Foundation shows that patients who diligently take their cholesterol medicines – mostly statins – can lower their cholesterol levels and lead a longer life.
Cholesterol Food Tips (I)
Dietitians from Dietetic & Food Services at Changi General Hospital (CGH), a member of the SingHealth group, recommend foods that help improve your cholesterol profile and advise what to avoid.
Nutrition Facts: Counting The Fats
Top 5 Men's Health Enemies
Cholesterol Food Tips (II)
Durians: 8 Myths and Facts About the King of Fruits
Durian Myths: The Truth About Durian and Alcohol, Cholesterol & More
High Cholesterol: Trans Fat, Plant Sterols and Tips to Lower Cholesterol
Who Should Take Statin Alternatives
Cholesterol Medication Alternatives
All About Eggs
Diabetes Foot Care Tips (Check, Clean, Moisturise)
Diabetes: 8 Golden Rules for a Healthy Diet
Heart Attack In Women: How It Differs From Men
Diabetes Foot Complications: How to Take Care of Your Feet
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