Learn Your Lipids

patient-registryNew Patient Registry Available for Patients with High Triglycerides

Do you have hypertriglyceridemia? If you do, you can now become part of an important registry for hypertriglyceridemia patients. Go here for more information … Continue reading


FoodUSAGE Survey

The USAGE survey (Understanding Statin use in America and Gaps in Education) was conducted in 2011 and is the largest known cholesterol survey in … Continue reading


ArteryLearn Your Lipids

Lipid is a medical term for fat found in the bloodstream. There are different types of lipids, some good and some bad. The two … Continue reading


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Listen to Lipid Luminations host Dr. Alan Brown interview Dr. Daniel J. Rader on ReachMD. What is HoFH: Detection and Management of the Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia (HoFH) Patient, now available online.


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100 Questions & Answers About Managing Your Cholesterol

More than 100 million adults in the U.S. have high cholesterol. Whether you are a newly diagnosed patient or a loved one of someone with this condition, 100 Questions & Answers About Managing Your Cholesterol offers essential information. This easy-to-read guide provides authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions asked by patients. The book is available on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and go.jblearning.com/cholesterol. It is a great resource for patients and families.


FH Foundation Patient Registry

FH Foundation

The FH Foundation announced the launch of its new familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) patient registry at its recent FH Summit in Annapolis, MD on September 19, 2013. The patient registry is now available for FH patients to register through a patient portal; health care professionals can also register patients through a special health care portal. For more information or to refer an FH patient to the registry, go to TheFHFoundation.org/registry. To download a tear sheet that will assist you in signing up for the FH patient registry, go here.