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    Published on 5th October 2015 07:04 PM
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    National Cholesterol Month

    I was at a dinner party recently when the subject of cholesterol came up. Every (lay) person around the table turned out to be an expert: “Cholesterol is bad”, said one. “Well actually there’s good and bad cholesterol”, clarified another. “Our cholesterol shouldn’t be higher than five”, volunteered one sage. Five what? They had no idea. Why is cholesterol bad? Not a clue. If ever there were a substance vilified with the utmost ignorance – cholesterol is it.


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    Front page of The Times today

    Have you seen this?


    Thank goodness some decent reporting is highlighting one of our national problems!

    PerryRowland Today, 10:36 AM Go to last post

    down another 4-oz it's not much but at least it...

    down another 4-oz it's not much but at least it is a loss &not a gain hope it Carrie's on.

    Larry Today, 10:03 AM Go to last post

    glad i have able to make you all happy.

    glad i have able to make you all happy.

    Larry Today, 09:59 AM Go to last post

    Mmmm... simple and lovely!

    Mmmm... simple and lovely!

    MissCelenea Today, 09:37 AM Go to last post

    Thanks Ted. Signed.

    Thanks Ted. Signed.

    PerryRowland Today, 09:24 AM Go to last post
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