Heart attack that is. A vaccine delivered in an injection or nasal spray will help prevent heart attacks and could be available within the next five years.
It is the first time that the underlying cause of heart disease has been targeted. Current treatments focus on using drugs to reduce cholesterol levels and blood pressure. (Photograph by: Wayne Leidenfrost , PROVINCE)
The vaccine can cut the build up of fat in arteries by up to 70 per cent, according to tests by researchers at Lund University in Sweden. The fatty deposits cause arteries to narrow, meaning the body has to work harder to pump blood, and can lead to a heart attack. (Canada.com)
Wait, you mean heart attacks are caused by a build up of fat in the arteries and not that vile, wicked, evil, toxic sugar?
... Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports, new scientific research seems to support his theory that sugar is toxic, including some linking the excess ingestion of sugars to heart disease.
Anything in excess is dangerous to our body. Trust me. Feed a mouse excess amounts of anything, sugar, water, whatever, and see if it doesn't have negative results, or even death.