High Cholestoral

Were you looking for information about High Cholesterol? High cholestoral is a common misspelling of high cholesterol.
 
While the body needs some cholesterol to work properly, high cholesterol levels can be dangerous and may lead to angina, coronary heart disease, or heart attack. A number of factors can increase your risk of developing high cholesterol, including diet, age, weight, and physical activity. Lifestyle changes are an important part of maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, but medications are also available if your high cholesterol cannot be controlled through lifestyle changes alone.
 
(Click High Cholesterol to explore the effects of high cholesterol, to find out what causes the condition, and for ways to help lower cholesterol levels. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on high cholesterol.)
 
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