Kids Cholesterol Update

The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute recommends that a child’s first cholesterol check should occur between ages 9 and 11. The test should be repeated between ages 17 and 21. The American Academy of Pediatrics endorsed the guideline. Lowering risk in childhood has profound benefits through life.

Obesity, followed by elevated cholesterol and blood pressure are the greatest risk fa...

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