Americans' Cholesterol Levels Fall

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Americans' Cholesterol Levels Fall

A new study has found that despite an increase in obesity, Americans have seen their cholesterol levels fall significantly since the late 1980s, possibly as a result of eating fewer trans fats and taking drugs such as Lipitor. What do you think?

  • “Hey, we’re only outwardly disgusting now. That’s a start.”

    Clarissa LaViolette
    Glass Beveler
  • “While that’s encouraging news for the millions of people currently struggling with obesity in this country, it really sucks for those of us who like to tell them they’re all going to die soon.”

    Daniel Zietlow
    Vault Cashier
  • “Sounds like a certain nation has a little room for dessert then!”

    Marty Corrigan
    Tub Washer