Improved lifestyle led to decreased cholesterol and less cardiac death

Cholesterol levels — the most common risk factor for heart attacks — have decreased in northern Sweden over the last 20 years. Since medical drugs only account for a third of the decrease, the reduced risk of cardiovascular disease is greatly thanks to a change in lifestyle. This according to a study published in the European Heart Journal. —> Read More

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