- CardioBrief: Studies Spotlight Triglycerides, Put HDL in the Shade
- Two new studies provide more evidence tilting the balance in favor of triglycerides, rather than HDL, playing a causative role in cardiovascular disease.
- Why high 'good cholesterol' can be bad news
- The 67-year-old woman had sky-high high-density lipoprotein (HDL), the form of cholesterol long seen as protective against heart disease, and yet her arteries were lined with plaque.
- Jewish grandma's DNA points to new ways of treating heart disease
- The woman carries two copies of a genetic mutation that cause her to have off-the-charts high levels of HDL cholesterol — the good kind — yet her arteries are still as thick and gummed up as an old rusty pipe.
- When should low HDL cholesterol levels not be a worry?
- Low HDL cholesterol does not increase the risk of coronary heart disease when LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels are normal, in an analysis from the Framingham Offspring Study.
- HDL gets an edge in dustup with buyer
- The bickering has subsided – at least temporarily – between Health Diagnostic Laboratory and True Health Diagnostics.
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