Beyond Cholesterol: The Johns Hopkins Complete Guide for Avoiding Heart Disease

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Johns Hopkins University Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Health & Fitness - 395 pages
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Case studies and the latest research provide you with vital new information on--detecting heart disease--from the EKG to coronary angiography, finding out if you've inherited your parent's heart disease, assessing your risk of heart attack--and reducing it, taking a scientific approach to exercise, drug therapy--why you need to know all the facts, how to make sure your cholesterol count is accurate, a medically proven action plan diet that works, high cholesterol in children--are yours at risk?, why a 'normal' cholesterol count isn't always good news, and what 'good' cholesterol is --and how you can get more of it.

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The author, director of the Lipid Research Clinic at Johns Hopkins, presents a very complete explanation of "good '' cholesterol and "bad'' cholesterol; how dietary fat is metabolized; the genetic ... Read full review


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