A recent review suggests that screen time may not be as bad for infants as many of us may think – but only under the right circumstances.
“HDL cholesterol itself is not directly and causally protective against atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.” —Dan Rader
Coffee consumption is associated with reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative processes, but the effect may be more than a matter of caffeine.
Moderna recently announced preliminary results of a clinical trial involving a personalized antitumor mRNA vaccine, and despite the knee-jerk uproar, the treatment may prove to be another useful weapon in the battle against cancer
A recent retrospective study suggests that flu vaccines reduce risk of Alzheimer’s disease, but the study raises as many questions as it answers.
“How we live the first half of our lives really influences our freedom for morbidity and mortality the second half of our lives.” —Erin Michos
Statin therapy is known to raise Lp(a) particle concentration in some patients, but how does this impact the overall effect of these medications on ASCVD risk?