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High cholesterol may lead to osteoarthritis by causing cartilage cells to die: Study

High cholesterol may lead to osteoarthritis by causing cartilage cells to die. Researcher Indira Prasadam said, “Our team has already begun working alongside dietitians to try to educate the public about healthy eating and how to keep cholesterol levels … The post High cholesterol may lead to osteoarthritis by causing cartilage cells to die: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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