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High Cholesterol: the Silent Killer Disease

High cholesterol is reasonably well known as a killer. Having high cholesterol is a major risk factor for heart disease. High cholesterol is also "silent" because it usually does not cause any significant noticable symptoms. Regular medical checkups are critical to avoid the pitfalls and complications of high cholesterol.

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