Risks of Dyslipidemia Begin Early in Life

Dyslipidemia (unhealthy total, LDL and HDL cholesterol levels) leads to coronary artery disease in middle-aged and older people. Two decades of research on 3200 young adults (18-30 yrs. old) has revealed that the consequences of dyslipidemia begin early in life. Coronary calcium was measured at 15-20 years of follow-up.

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