Keep your heart healthy this winter – whatever your age.
8 December 2019| Last updated on 8 January 2020
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Cholesterol it turns out is not something you just have to start worrying about as you hit middle-age.
According to scientists in a study published in the Lancet, it should be measured as early as the age of 25 to help young people mitigate the risk of cardiovascular issues.
Cholesterol – a type of fat in the blood that can cause serious health problems if there’s too much of it in the body – can raise the risk for heart disease and stroke.
Fortunately, though there are steps you can take to lower your levels of bad cholesterol. Here’s how…