Study discovers link between a lesser-known hormone and lipid levels in midlife women


Step aside estrogen. Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh have discovered a predictor of blood lipid -; or cholesterol -; status for midlife women that may be key to understanding how hormone replacement therapy contributes to heart health.

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