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Serum Cholesterol and Incidence of Alzheimer's Disease
New study Conclusion: People with low (120 mg/dL) and high (210 mg/dL) non-HDL-C levels during their 60s and 70s had modestly higher risk of AD than those with intermediate (160 mg/dL) levels. The results of the study suggest that cholesterol may be a potentially modifiable environmental risk