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Your Risk for High Cholesterol

10 Risk Factors for Heart Disease

How to take charge of the things you can control Read More

The Cholesterol-Inflammation Connection

Inflammation is cholesterol's partner in crime Read More

Cut Your Risk for High Cholesterol

Read why your total number matters less than your ratio Read More

I Slashed My Heart Disease Risk

Paul Tasner wasn't able to lower his cholesterol with diet and exercise, so his doctor urged him to try medication. He's glad he did Read More

Are You Cholesterol Smart?

What's your cholesterol IQ? Read More

What Is High Cholesterol?

Cholesterol-clogged arteries put you at risk for a heart attack or stroke Read More

Slideshow: 7 Causes of High Cholesterol

Those you can change, and those you can't Read More

What Your Heart Needs Now

Things to do in your 30s, 40s, and beyond Read More
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10 Surprising Facts About Cholesterol

High cholesterol is bad for your heart and linked to erectile dysfunction and Alzheimer's disease, while low cholesterol can also be unhealthy. If you think you’ve learned all there is about this waxy fat, there may be a few surprises in store. View slideshow
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10 Heart-Healthy Rules to Live By

Heart disease causes over 600,000 deaths every year in the U.S., with another 27 million Americans living with it every day. Here are 10 moves you can make for a healthier heart.  View slideshow
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Worst Habits for Your Heart

Cardiovascular disease affects more than 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. The good news is that some little habits can make a big difference in your ability to live a healthy lifestyle. Here are the 17 worst habits for your heart, and how to avoid them.  View slideshow
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11 Signs Cholesterol Is Harming Your Legs

Everyone knows high cholesterol can clog the heart's blood vessels, but the damage doesn't stop there. Cholesterol can also affect the legs, leading to a condition called peripheral arterial disease, or PAD. View slideshow