Good HDL Can Become Bad HDL

In assessing cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, physicians generally assume that higher HDL-Cholesterol (HDL-C) is protective and anything that lowers "good" HDL-C levels will also likely increase the risk of CVD. Indeed, research has shown that is primarily HDL particles that pick up cholesterol from the periphery (including the artery wall) and bring it back to the liver for disposal via a proce...

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