So your HDL (good cholesterol) has gone bad -- what does that mean & what to do?

Last updated 10th Dec 2018 1 follower
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A pinboard by Linda May-Zhang (formerly Linda Zhang)

Postdoctoral Researcher at Vanderbilt University

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Risk of heart disease depends more on HDL function rather than HDL-C. Learn more here!

High density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) is commonly used to assess the risk of heart disease. You may have heard of HDL being called the “good cholesterol” because high blood levels of HDL-C a...