Editorial: Public needs broader view of cholesterol problem

07/16/2004 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

New government guidelines recommending even lower cholesterol levels for millions of Americans could send a simplistic signal to the public that statin drugs can solve all the problems associated with cholesterol. The newspaper said Americans, even if they take cholesterol-lowering statins, need to concentrate on losing weight, exercising regularly, eating more sensibly and eating foods that fight cholesterol.

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