Levels of “bad” LDL cholesterol currently accepted by your doc may be too high, a study from the University of California at Los Angeles shows. The scary reason: seventy-five percent of heart attack victims fall within LDL targets, which is why experts are gunning for lower numbers (70 instead of 100). Help control your stats by exercising half an hour most days. (Workouts boost your mood, too)

“Bad” LDL cholesterol

04.09.18 |