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Jan 28

Fifty-five-year-olds who had prolonged moderately elevated non–HDL-cholesterol levels (>160 mg/dL)

Fifty-five-year-olds who had prolonged moderately elevated non–HDL-cholesterol levels (>160 mg/dL) when they were young adults had higher odds than their peers to have coronary heart disease by the time they were 70, suggested an analysis based on the Framingham Offspring Cohort, published online January 26 in Circulation.

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