arterial plaque


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a fatty deposit inside an arterial wall

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See how it helps them identify and assess nanobot arterial plaque cleaners.
Researchers have identified two natural compounds that target arterial plaque and atherosclerosis.
These include reducing arterial plaque and LDL cholesterol levels, aiding weight loss by reducing blood sugar levels, and improving the body's ability to metabolize fat.
This research suggests that bacteria should be considered to be part of the overall pathology of atherosclerosis and management of bacteria within an arterial plaque lesion may be as important as managing cholesterol.
A high intake of fruit and vegetables during early adulthood was associated with a lower risk of having calcified arterial plaque 20 years later, a benefit that was evident only in women, in the CARDIA (Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults) study.
A high intake of fruit and vegetables during early adulthood was associated with a lower risk of having calcified arterial plaque 20 years later, a benefit that was only evident in women, in the CARDIA (Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults) study.
What is known is that calcium can build up in arterial plaque (the pockets of cholesterol that grow inside arteries) or within the arteries themselves.
The Mirisk VP technology gauges the blood levels of seven proteins related to the development of arterial plaque.
It is supposed to bind with the calcium that hardens arterial plaque and will subsequently leave the body through your urine.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 16, 2012-AtheroNova Inc awarded milestone US patent for Dissolution of Arterial Plaque with hyodeoxycholic acid(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Stephen Nicholls, MD, PhD, and colleagues initially hoped to show that cholesterol-lowering statin drugs could slow atherosclerosis, the growth of arterial plaque that leads to heart attack and stroke.
Poor nutrition leads to arterial plaque, or atherosclerosis.
When consumed by humans in large quantities, phytosterols reduce arterial plaque buildup.
Excessive arterial plaque levels can restrict blood flow and increase the risk of blood clots--and therefore stroke or myocardial infarction (heart attack).