The new cholesterol guidelines represent a sea change in that they no longer recommend patients shoot for a target cholesterol level. Instead, they recommend options based on an individual's risk of a heart attack or stroke.
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If you were a compulsive marathoner, would you change your behavior if you knew too much training could put you at risk for heart problems?
WASHINGTON — Hospitals are giving faster care to lots more heart attack patients, a speed-up sure to be saving lives.
More than three-quarters ...
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