High Cholesterol in the Elderly Articles
What's the Difference Between "Good" and "Bad" Cholesterol?
What makes some cholesterol good and some bad? And how do you know the difference between the two?0 Comments
How Seniors Can Lower Their Cholesterol
Medication, exercise and a proper diet will help lower cholesterol levels and improve overall health.1 Comment
High Cholesterol in the Elderly
Having high cholesterol can lead to heart attack or stroke. It is possible for elderly people to reduce their cholesterol?0 Comments
What is Vascular Dementia?
Vascular dementia is the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer’s. It is caused by brain damage from a cerebrovascular or cardiovascular event- usually stroke, and results in various symptoms dependent on the area of the brain affected.0 Comments
Ischemic Stroke and the Elderly
An ischemic stroke is the most common kind of stroke. What the symptoms, and how is it treated?0 Comments
Understanding Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a condition in which plaque builds up inside the coronary arteries. Learn more about what CAD is and how to treat coronary artery disease.0 Comments
Understanding Heart Failure in the Elderly
Learn what factors contribute to the development of heart failure and how certain lifestyle changes can help prevent its onset and slow its progression.3 Comments
Do Statins Cause Memory Loss?
I've taken statin medications for many years to keep my cholesterol in check. Recently, I've wondered if those drugs were creating some memory loss.39 Comments
Low Cholesterol Diet: How to Cut Out the Fat
When caring for a senior mom or dad's diet, caregivers should monitor cholesterol levels, as high levels of bad cholesterol can increase your elderly senior's risk for heart disease.0 Comments
7 Things to Consider When Considering Statins
Statins are a common prescription taken by older adults. Here are seven things to consider if you are considering taking statins to lower your cholesterol.12 Comments