Crestor, CRP, and Inflammation: Should Everyone Have Their C-Reactive Protein Checked?

A new study has demonstrated that Crestor, one of several “statin” drugs on the market, effects a 50% reduction in the risk of heart attack for people who exhibit signs of inflammation in their arteries.

The connection between inflammation and symptomatic coronary artery disease is not new. In the mid-1990’s, researchers discovered evidence of inflammation …

What is the Cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Past Research Invalidated

Those suffering with chronic fatigue syndrome have frequently experienced a painful stigma from society. Because the syndrome had no known cause, despite study from the medical community, and revolved around complaints of unceasing tiredness, many criticized those complaining of the syndrome of being more like hypochondriacs than a victim of a physical disease. Now that …