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Connecticut Center for Health: December 2005 Archives

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Lower Cholesterol Naturally with Policosinol and Fish Oil

If you have high cholesterol and are taking statins or other cholesterol-lowering drugs, you have a healthy option for reducing cholesterol that is free of side effects. Ninety patients with high cholesteroal were divided into groups and studied recently at the Surgical Medical Research Center in Havana, Cuba. The group taking 10 mg. of policosinol and 2 grams of omega-3 oils had a 15.3% reduction in their total cholesterol, a 14.7% reduction in triglycerides,...

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Mom's Gum Disease Raises Risk of Preterm Birth

Gum infections do more than cause problems for your heart and circulation. Women who develop gum disease during pregnancy, as many do, are at increased risk for delivering prematurely and of delivering an infant of low birth weight, according to a study conducted in Chile. The researchers reported that periodontal therapy to get rid of the bacteria in the plaque that coats the teeth reduced the risk of having preterm and low birth weight...

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Gum Trouble? Your Heart May Be Next

There's mounting evidence that brushing, flossing, regular dental checkups and a healthy diet play a role in good cardiovascular health. Chronic periodontal disease -- which is caused by a number of oral bacteria -- appears to set off an inflammatory process that exacerbates and contributes to the buildup of cholesterol-rich plaque on artery walls. The presence of a chronic infection in the mouth is very similar to a chronic infection anywhere else in the...

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