Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: Concerns about low HDL

Several large clinical trials have failed to show a benefit from drug therapy to raise HDL cholesterol. Lifestyle change such as increasing aerobic activity, losing weight, and avoiding trans fats may be most effective.

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