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How Do My Cholesterol Levels Affect My Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke?

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High cholesterol can increase your risk of heart attack and stroke. If you're 20 or older, you should have your traditional risk factors (including cholesterol) checked every four to six years. If certain factors put you at risk, or you already have heart disease, your doctor may ask you to check it more often. © AHA

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