Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Study suggests cholesterol may pose benefits

Just in: according to Science Daily, researchers at Texas A&M University have discovered that for people who hit the gym restraining cholesterol levels could adversely affect building muscle mass. This shows that cholesterol might not only have functions that popularly make it to be the creep associated with heart problems. There's more: according to a separate study Americans are the ones who spend most for prescription drugs, and still don't take them. Brits enjoy the lowest out-of-pocket spending at $8/month.

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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Study suggests cholesterol may pose benefits

Just in: according to Science Daily, researchers at Texas A&M University have discovered that for people who hit the gym restraining cholesterol levels could adversely affect building muscle mass. This shows that cholesterol might not only have functions that popularly make it to be the creep associated with heart problems. There's more: according to a separate study Americans are the ones who spend most for prescription drugs, and still don't take them. Brits enjoy the lowest out-of-pocket spending at $8/month.

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