Nonfasting high triglyceride level increases stroke risk

11/12/2008 | Reuters

Study data on almost 14,000 people in Denmark show those who had nonfasting high levels of triglycerides were at an increased risk of stroke. Men with the highest levels were 2.5-times and women 3.8-times as likely to experience a stroke than those with lower levels.

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