February 2007 Issue
New Markers Predict Heart Disease Even Better; How to Lower Your Risk
For decades, the word cholesterol has been virtually synonymous with clogged arteries and heart disease. But that perception may soon shift as experts discover a growing number of more accurate measures for predicting your risk of heart attack and death.
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