Drugs to Treat Atherosclerosis
Common drugs, such as statins and aspirin, may slow the effects of atherosclerosis. Find out more, including information about medications to fight high blood pressure and prevent blood clots.
Answers to frequently asked questions about high triglycerides.
Tips for Taking Cholesterol Medications
When you are taking high cholesterol medications, it is important to follow your health care professional's recommendations carefully. Here are some tips.
High Cholesterol Risk Factors
There are several factors that contribute to high cholesterol -- some are controllable while others are not. Learn about high cholesterol risk factors.
10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Heart Failure
If you've been diagnosed with heart failure, you might want to ask your doctor these questions.
Supplement Smarts for Cholesterol and Triglycerides
See which supplements may help high triglycerides and cholesterol and which may be bogus.
Side Effects of Cholesterol-Lowering Statin Drugs
WebMD looks at the common side effects associated with cholesterol-lowering statin drugs including potential warning signs.
Cholesterol and Artery Plaque Buildup
WebMD explains how cholesterol is tied to plaque buildup in the arteries and the medical risks associated with both. Learn how to manage your cholesterol and slow plaque buildup.
WebMD provides information about resveratrol including what its uses, benefits, and side effects.
Treatments for Advanced Atherosclerosis
The two main treatment options for advanced atherosclerosis include angioplasty with stenting and bypass surgery. Find out more.