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Learn More About Cholesterol and Lipid Panels

Do I Need a Lipid Panel?
The American Heart Association recommends a fasting lipoprotein profile for everyone over the age of 20 at least once every five years. This profile test records your total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides. There are no obvious symptoms of high cholesterol, making definitive results possible only through a blood cholesterol test…
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Are You at Risk for High Cholesterol?
High cholesterol typically gives no warning sign. However, there are certain factors that will put you at a higher risk. If you fit into any of these categories, it’s important to closely monitor your levels. High risk or not, if you are over the age of 20 it’s recommended that you have your cholesterol levels tested at least once every five years…
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Complications Associated with High Cholesterol
There are many conditions that can result from or can even be caused by high cholesterol. Here are four of the main medical conditions associated with elevated LDL (bad cholesterol) and high total cholesterol levels…
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Facts About Cholesterol
Cholesterol is a white, waxy and fat-like substance produced by the body. It’s found in cell membranes (walls) and is then carried through the bloodstream by way of lipoprotein capsules. If cholesterol traveled without protein, it would separate due to its waxy consistency…
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Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Managing Your Cholesterol
If you have just been diagnosed with high cholesterol you’re probably not sure what to do first. Take a deep breath and relax, there are several simple lifestyle changes that will make coping with and lowering your cholesterol much easier…
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What High Cholesterol Means for Your Health
The American Heart Association recommends a fasting lipoprotein profile for everyone over the age of 20 at least once every five years. This profile includes total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides. There are no obvious symptoms of high cholesterol, making definitive results possible only through a blood cholesterol test. The earlier a problem is discovered, the less damage it will do to the body…
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What do My Lipid Panel Results Mean?
Already received your Lipid Panel results? Let us help you better understand what they mean…
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