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Managing HDL Cholesterol? Avoid Car Exhaust.
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bobby75703 posted:
Academic researchers have found that breathing motor vehicle emissions triggers a change in high-density lipoprotein (HDL)cholesterol , altering its cardiovascular protective qualities so that it actually contributes to clogged arteries. [br>[br>In addition to changing HDL from "good" to "bad," the inhalation of emissions activates other components of oxidation, the early cell and tissue damage that causesinflammation , leading to hardening of the arteries, according to the research team, which included scientists from UCLA and other institutions.


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http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/260624.php
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