High cholesterol can damage your blood vessels, leading to serious complications such as heart attack and stroke. We interviewed Dr. Stephen Fort, Staff Cardiologist and Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre and Associate Professor of Medicine at Dalhousie University, to learn more about keeping your blood vessels healthy for life.
Over time, high cholesterol can damage the blood vessels, leading to serious complications. Learn more about how this happens and how it could affect your body.
When it comes to cholesterol, is lower better? According to Dr. Stephen Fort, we have evidence that the more aggressively we treat cholesterol, the better the results
We know that high cholesterol can damage the blood vessels, leading to health problems such as heart attack and stroke. But can the damage be prevented, stopped, or reversed?