Study: LDL cholesterol may not be so "bad" in elderly

01/5/2006 | Yahoo!

Most adults are urged to keep levels of LDL cholesterol -- known as "bad" cholesterol -- down, but new research suggests that higher LDL levels are linked to a decreased mortality risk in elderly women, and the risk of fatal heart failure decreases with higher LDL cholesterol levels in older men and women.

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