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Dr Mercola claims that cholesterol levels may fluctuate with seasons. Measurements tend to be highest when taken in winter. Some people may therefore be misdiagnosed with high cholesterol if measurements are done in winter. This results in cholesterol lowering medication being taken unnecessarily.
About: Cholesterol measurements taken in different seasons can produce different results
Date: 26 April 2004
Author: Joseph Mercola
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