Upping levels of dietary fibre may reduce the risk of heart attack
in patients with previous heart problems, but the type of fibre may
also have a role to play, suggests the results of a study in
Elevated levels of C-reactive protein, a blood-marker for
inflammation, is a better predictor of risk for heart attacks than
high low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels, report researchers
People who have suffered from heart attacks could live longer if
they drink plenty of tea, according to new research from Israel.
The antioxidants in tea are thought to be the key to prolonging
life after the attack.