Cholesterol in health and disease
- Is too little cholesterol bad for you? Doskoch, Peter // Psychology Today;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p14
Discusses the psychological effects of low cholesterol level among individuals based on a research study. Implications of the study; Conclusions.
- Less fat, more aggro? Mestel, Rosie // New Scientist;4/17/93, Vol. 138 Issue 1869, Mind & Body p16
Discusses studies showing that people on diets designed to lower blood cholesterol levels are more likely than most to come to a violent end or to become depressed in later life. Experiment where two groups of monkeys are put on different diets; Serotonin as the possible link between...
- Lowered serum cholesterol and low mood. Brown, S. Lori // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/14/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7058, p637
Focuses on the correlation between lowered serum cholesterol and low mood. Studies on postpartum cholesterol concentrations and postpartum depression; Need to identify factors behind deaths from external causes among atherosclerotic individuals.
- Serum cholesterol concentration and death from suicide in men: Paris prospective study I. Zureik, Mahmoud; Courbon, Dominique // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/14/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7058, p649
Investigates the association between low serum cholesterol or changing serum cholesterol levels and suicide among men. Main outcome measures; Relative risks of suicide; Causal relationship between cholesterol levels and depression.
- Commentary: Having too much evidence (depression, suicide, and low serum cholesterol). Law, Malcolm // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/14/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7058, p651
Opinion. Comments on studies concerning the association among suicide, depression and low serum cholesterol levels. Deaths attributed to accidents and suicide in randomized trials of low serum cholesterol concentrations; Correlation between low serotonin levels and depression.
- Rapid decrease of serum cholesterol concentration and postpartum depression. Ploeckinger, Barbara; Dantendorfer, Karl // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/14/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7058, p664
Examines the association between low levels of serum cholesterol and triglycerides with postpartum depression. Variables affecting serum cholesterol levels; Animal studies on the subject.
- Stress and personality affect cholesterol. // USA Today Magazine;Apr97, Vol. 125 Issue 2623, p7
Reports the results of two studies that focused on the effect of psychological stress and personality traits on cholesterol levels. Details of the studies, co-authored by Catherine Stoney of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
- Elderly men with low cholesterol levels... // Consumers' Research Magazine;May93, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p41
Reports that elderly men with low cholesterol levels are more depressed than those with moderate or high levels. Study of men 70-years-old and older with low cholesterol levels; Details.
- Faecal steroid excretion in humans is affected by calcium supplementation and shows gender-specific differences. Ditscheid, Bianka; Keller, Sylvia; Jahreis, Gerhard // European Journal of Nutrition;Feb2009, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p22
Previous human studies on the effect of dietary calcium supplementation on faecal excretion of bile acids (BA) and faecal water concentrations of animal neutral sterols (NSt, cholesterol and its metabolites) lack detailed information about single BA and NSt. We investigated whether single BA and...