From the Health Library of What is high cholesterol?


Hypercholesterolemia (aka high cholesterol), is a condition in which your blood cholesterol level is higher than normal. High cholesterol by itself has no symptoms. Unfortunately, over time, cholesterol may stick to the inside of blood vessels, resulting in clogged arteries, heart disease, and stroke. Many of you are familiar with the many different factors that can lead to high cholesterol, including a high-fat diet, lack of exercise, heredity and excess weight.
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