Low HDL, More Strokes

I've written often about the perils of having lower amounts of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), known as the "good" cholesterol, most recently about the dangers low-fat diets represent to the heart. A study recently found HDL levels are inversely associated with stroke risk in elderly men. Researchers examined the association between HDL cholesterol levels and stroke risk in 2,444 men between the ages of 71-93. The investigators measured levels of HDL cholesterol at examinations from...

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