The most commonly asked questions, answered
High cholesterol is a condition defined by an increase in fatty substance deposit, called lipids, in the blood. When this happens, the blood is unable to carry oxygen and nutrients to the various parts of the body. High cholesterol usually does not have any symptoms but it can aggravate existing medical conditions such as cardiac problems, diabetes and arthritis. High cholesterol levels narrow the arteries, increase the risk of a heart attack and stroke.
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