Anger Can Raise Cholesterol Levels
There's evidence that people who respond rigidly to anger-provoking events are likely to wind up with significantly elevated levels of heart-damaging cholesterol.
Lower Your Cholesterol
High cholesterol contributes to heart disease, which kills more Americans than all cancers combined.
Heart Disease Risk: Cholesterol and Other Tests
Scientists have learned that other substances may give you and your doctor new clues about your heart disease risk. And that's good news. Coronary heart disease, in which fatty deposits build up in your arteries, is the nation's top killer.