Bangor, Maine (WABI) – Last Saturday at Chicago's American Heart Association conference, researchers published two major research findings showing who can and will not benefit from commonly used additives to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. First of all, bad news: Bacterial oil and vitamin D found in patients were found in many medications, but did not provide any health benefits. However, the good news is that the use of prescription medicines for those exposed to high triglycerides may be related to costs associated with cardiovascular attacks and stroke.
More specifically, the first study compared the use of mineral oil for placebo by 8,000 points for 5 years from Vascepa. Results from the New England Medical Journal and Associated Press showed a decrease in heart-related mortality and stroke. The analysis of the RNA data (the number of "needed treatment") showed that only 21 people had to take medication for five years to see one of these benefits, which is more favorable than the RPN statistics for many other medical care. However, the average monthly cost of this medication is 280 However, there are many people who are unable to participate in the insurance. The five-year-old drug costs $ 17,000.
In the second study, looking at former drugs sold as Lovaza or Omacor, it was so small that the heart attack was so small, but the impressions of the experts were distributed. Because the placebo is replaced by olive oil instead of mineral oil that is used in the research, it may not be obvious. In this second study, he also took vitamin D, which for two consecutive years received 2,000 pills by hand. Unfortunately, vitamin D did not produce any additional benefits to heart disease or stroke, and deaths from cancer were very low. Since cancer may last for decades, researchers have been encouraged to conduct longer studies to identify potential benefits. However, Dr. Clifford Rosen of the former Bangor, and other professionals currently working at the Mayan Medical Center, cautiously explain this Vitamin D effect.
For example, what is the minimum level for the average medical information consumers? If you have a high level of triglyceride diagnosis, it would be wise to talk with your physician about how to do it. Of course, if you can treat this with a standard low carb diet, it would advise many patients at the outset that it is not only cheap but also safe in the future. However, if this precautionary measure is not effective for you, you can claim the drug. For the rest of us, try to rescue the high dose vitamin D or the dollar spent on fish oil, like the fishing trip in the Gulf of Mexico. You may be taking a lot of vitamin D from your sunshine (do not forget your block!) But you can enjoy delicious fishing with good luck and more beneficial oils!