High Cholesterol In 30s, 40s, Increases Later Risk Of Heart Disease
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August

High Cholesterol In 30s, 40s, Increases Later Risk Of Heart Disease

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , , /

Although most people with heart disease don’t have heart attacks until their 60s or 70s, the foundation for heart disease, or the buildup of cholesterol plaques in our arteries that later turn into heart attacks starts much earlier on. So the way we framed our question was how does having a prolonged exposure to high […]