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Hyperlipidemia, hyperlipoproteinemia or dyslipidemia is the presence of raised or abnormal levels of lipids and/or lipoproteins in the blood. Lipids (fatty molecules) are transported in a protein capsule, and the density of the lipids and type of protein determines the fate of the particle and its influence on metabolism.
Blocking stress-responsive protein reduces loss of tumor suppressor gene in breast cancer

Blocking stress-responsive protein reduces loss of tumor suppressor gene in breast cancer

Study examines unnecessary medicine use in patients with advanced lung cancer

Study examines unnecessary medicine use in patients with advanced lung cancer

Restricting consumption of high-sucrose diet to active part of day avoids adverse effects in rats

Restricting consumption of high-sucrose diet to active part of day avoids adverse effects in rats

Study demonstrates cardiovascular safety of weight loss drug

Study demonstrates cardiovascular safety of weight loss drug

Celgene to share new and updated data around novel hematological therapies

Celgene to share new and updated data around novel hematological therapies

NEOMED professor awarded $2.5 million NIH grant for atherosclerosis research

NEOMED professor awarded $2.5 million NIH grant for atherosclerosis research

International research consortium identifies 22 new genetic risk factors for stroke

International research consortium identifies 22 new genetic risk factors for stroke

New scanning technology could reduce number of biopsies on people with fatty liver disease

New scanning technology could reduce number of biopsies on people with fatty liver disease

Sugar harm deliberately from general public for decades

Sugar harm deliberately from general public for decades

The Obesity Society position statement focuses on breastfeeding and obesity

The Obesity Society position statement focuses on breastfeeding and obesity

Vegan diets linked to lower levels of total cholesterol, review finds

Vegan diets linked to lower levels of total cholesterol, review finds

Diabetes leads to increase in autonomic and small fiber neuropathy

Diabetes leads to increase in autonomic and small fiber neuropathy

Statin use may speed up onset of Parkinson's disease symptoms, study suggests

Statin use may speed up onset of Parkinson's disease symptoms, study suggests

Adverse early life experiences and abuse may lead women to unnecessary, harmful surgeries

Adverse early life experiences and abuse may lead women to unnecessary, harmful surgeries

IBD patients with longer duration of disease have higher risk of developing NAFLD

IBD patients with longer duration of disease have higher risk of developing NAFLD

Hidden ingredients in herbal supplements could cause serious health risks, say experts

Hidden ingredients in herbal supplements could cause serious health risks, say experts

Endogenous peptide inhibits atherosclerosis by reducing cholesterol levels

Endogenous peptide inhibits atherosclerosis by reducing cholesterol levels

Study suggests ovary removal to prevent ovarian cancer should be discontinued in premenopausal women

Study suggests ovary removal to prevent ovarian cancer should be discontinued in premenopausal women

Does exercise eliminate the ill effects of sitting? An interview with Prof. Ulf Ekelund

Does exercise eliminate the ill effects of sitting? An interview with Prof. Ulf Ekelund

Researcher receives grant to study how changes in gut bacteria could lead to obesity-related disorders

Researcher receives grant to study how changes in gut bacteria could lead to obesity-related disorders