8/2/2011

Researchers wrote in Pediatrics that the difference in cholesterol reading between children who fasted before the screening and those who didn't would amount to only five milligrams per deciliter, suggesting cholesterol tests without fasting would fail to catch only about one in 100 cases of borderline fasting cholesterol. The study warrants a review of guidelines by the AAP and the American Heart Association, one researcher said.

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