Follow us on:
Facebook
  Persatuan Hipertensi Malaysia
About MSH | Committee | Join Us | Contact | Sitemap | Home
 
   Home » Cholesterol » 
 
Hypertension
Cholesterol
Stroke
Newsletters
Upcoming Events
In The Press
Healthy Living
Research Grants
Anti-hypertensive drugs
Interactive Corner
Glossary
Useful Links
MSH Position Statement
Photo Gallery
Clinical Practice Guidelines
News & Announcements
MSH Council
Leaflets and Posters
Resources & Supporting Materials
Lectures
World Hypertension Day
World Salt Awareness Week
Home
   
Visit the Malaysian Hypertension Club website

arrow Cholesterol

How long does High Cholesterol last?

12 June 2007
Blood cholesterol starts to rise as you get older, beginning around age 20 years and rising more sharply after age 40. During this time, extra cholesterol, over that which the body needs, is deposited in the walls of arteries.

By Astra Zeneca (A community public education information)


  printer Printer-friendly version   printer Send link to a friend
 
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from our sponsors visit the sponsors page
disclaimer | terms of use | sponsors | credits

Copyright © Malaysian Society of Hypertension  2007 - 2017     All rights reserved.
designed & maintained: mobition