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How 'good cholesterol' stops inflammation

from ScienceDaily

High cholesterol levels are seen as a cause of dangerous deposits in the bloodstream, which lead to hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis). As a consequence, thrombosis, strokes, and heart attacks can develop, which are among the leading causes of death in Western society. Low-density lipoprotein is commonly referred to as the "bad cholesterol," because it promotes atherosclerosis. In contrast, the "good cholesterol," high-density lipoprotein, helps transport excess cholesterol out of the bloodstream and can counteract an inflammatory reaction in damaged vessel walls. more


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