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Q&A -- The New Cholesterol Guidelines

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. For the past 50 years, doctors have focused on lowering blood cholesterol levels to prevent heart disease. Since 2002, doctors have relied on guidelines that call for reducing cholesterol to specific target levels. As a result, a man's risk of dying from a heart attack has continued to fall.  …

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