Good cholesterol levels reduce HRT cardiac risk

05/23/2008 | Forbes

Researchers say women who have healthy cholesterol levels appear to have no increased risk of heart attacks while taking hormone replacement therapy, while those who have high cholesterol are at greater risk. The study authors caution that their findings were confined to heart and coronary disease outcomes.

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