Americans’ lower cholesterol isn’t all very good news Cholesterol levels have gone down among Americans over the last 20 years, a fresh study finds, but there’s still room for major improvements . A study released in JAMA on Oct. 17 displays that the common total cholesterol for adults dropped from 206 mg/dL in 1988 to 196 mg/dL this year 2010. Deaths from cardiovascular disease dropped 31 % through the same period also. However, cardiovascular disease remains the leading reason behind death for Americans still.


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