Study challenges ‘good’ cholesterol’s role in universally predicting heart disease risk

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A new study has found that high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, often called the “good cholesterol,” may not be as effective as scientists once believed in uniformly predicting cardiovascular disease risk among adults of different racial and ethnic backgrounds.

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