Study links higher HDL cholesterol levels to lower Alzheimer's risk

07/15/2007 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

A new Australian study suggests lifting HDL cholesterol levels could protect the elderly against Alzheimer's disease. The study measured cholesterol levels and found those with higher levels of good cholesterol also had lower levels of the beta amyloid protein known to have a strong link to Alzheimer's.

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