Information on the ezetimibe, a medicine which lowers cholesterol. Find out how it works, who can take it, the research around it and the side effects.
Most foods contain some fat. Here we explain the differences between dietary fats (good and bad fats) and explain how they affect your cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Eating fish has consistently been associated with a reduced risk of circulatory disease such as stroke and fatal heart attack.
An explanation of genetic testing, things to think about before having a genetics test and what the results can mean.
Medicines for lowering blood fats
Information on the three main prescriptions for lowering cholesterol – statins, ezetimibe and PCSK9 inhibitors.
The levels of cholesterol, and triglycerides, naturally increase during pregnancy. Learn more in this factsheet.
Risk factors for coronary heart disease
Learn what raises the risk of heart disease and what you can do to lower it.