Heart Beat

Zipes, Douglas
September 2012
Saturday Evening Post;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 284 Issue 5, p82
The article discusses research findings on high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels and their impact on the risk of heart disease and heart attacks.


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