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HIGH CHOLESTEROL INCREASES YOUR STROKE RISK
High cholesterol levels can create plaque buildup in the arteries, which can then block blood flow to the brain, causing a stroke. High cholesterol can also increase the risk of heart disease and atherosclerosis—two other risk factors for stroke. Luckily, there are practical steps you can take to lower your cholesterol.

Come hear a board-certified cardiologist describe diet and lifestyle changes, as well as medications, that can go a long way toward reducing your cholesterol level and your risk of stroke.

Speaker Daniel White, MD, of Rocky Mountain Cardiology
When Tuesday, May 21, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Where Millennium Harvest House, 1345 28th Street, Boulder
Bonus Free blood pressure screening
Starting 30 minutes before the lecture
(first-come, first-served).
 

Click here to download a lecture flyer (pdf)!

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