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The name alone sounds so encouraging: HDL, the “good cholesterol.” The more of it in your blood, the lower your risk of heart disease. So bringing up HDL levels has got to be good for health.
Or so the theory went.
Continue reading here.
- Some ‘good’ cholesterol unable to protect heart (news.bioscholar.com)
- Some HDL, or ‘good’ cholesterol, may not protect against heart disease (eurekalert.org)
- Another drugmaker abandons plans to boost ‘good’ cholesterol (blogs.nature.com)
- Cholesterol Levels in the U.S. on the Decline (webmd.com)