AAP revises children's cholesterol guidelines

08/4/2008 | USA Today

The American Academy of Pediatrics has altered its cholesterol guidelines for children and now recommends that high-risk children as young as 2 have their cholesterol tested. The new guidelines also say children can be considered for cholesterol drugs at age 8 because some cholesterol issues can't be tackled with just diet and exercise alone.

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