Report suggests that aggressively pursuing low blood pressure and cholesterol levels may not benefit, and could even harm, some patients with diabetes.
Researchers have found that more fat may have some advantages, at least for people, particularly women, who have type 1 diabetes.
Colesevelam hydrochloride appears to be an effective lipid-lowering agent that significantly reduces low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels, according to a study published in the October issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Initiating low-dose beta-blockers prior to discharge in heart failure patients hospitalized for worsening symptoms significantly improves the use of a drug that has been shown in previous studies to reduce death and morbidity by more than 35 percent.
Researchers have found new evidence that buckwheat, a grain used in making pancakes and soba noodles, may be beneficial in the management of diabetes.
Research reveals important gaps in care, showing that certain people with diabetes are not being prescribed treatment by their doctors that could prevent cardiovascular...
People with prehypertension are at much higher risk of heart attack and heart disease, according to a study published in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.
For better or worse, a popular class of anti-diabetic drugs does more than lower blood sugar.
Lifestyle changes between childhood and adulthood appear associated with whether an individual will maintain, improve or develop high-risk cholesterol levels.
According to a new study, prolonged TV viewing was associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and premature death.
Univerisity of Alberta researcher believes obese humans face same dangers from diesel exhaust and coal emissions. Obese individuals at risk of diabetes are in danger of cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks.
People who have had silent strokes, which have no symptoms, are 8 to 12 percent more likely to have a major debilitating stroke within the following year.
A medication given to diabetics to improve their body's sensitivity to insulin also appears to slow the thickening of their artery walls, according to a study by JAMA.
When it comes to lipid profiles, it appears that African-Americans and women have it better than whites and men.
Anger and other negative emotions may be triggers for ischemic stroke, according to a study published in the December 14 issue of Neurology.
A UBC study has found that a few simple leg exercises can reduce the risk of diabetes complications, improve blood vessel function and lower...