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CHConfoederatio Helvetica (Swiss Confederation; Switzerland)
CHChange
CHChina
CHChild
CHChannel
CHChurch
CHChapter
CHChurch History
CHComing Home
CHChain
CHChief
CHSwitzerland (country code, top level domain)
CHCredit Hours
CHCity Hall
CHChampion
CHClub House (UK maps)
CHChemistry
CHChildren's Hospital
CHCentral Heating
CHCultural Heritage
CHChester (postcode, United Kingdom)
CHChemin (French: Path; Canada Post street designation)
CHCholesterol
CHChorus
CHCourthouse
CHClearinghouse
CHCarolina Herrera
CHChennai (Tamilnadu-India capital)
CHChinchilla (rabbit breed)
CHChronic Hepatitis
CHCentre Hospitalier (French: general hospital)
CHChaplain
CHCome Home
CHCargo Helicopter
CHColumbia House (record club)
CHCritical Habitat
CHCluster Headache
CHCiudad de La Habana (postcode for Havana, Cuba)
CHCarolina Hurricanes (NHL)
CHControl Head
CHCity Hunter (anime)
CHPeoples Republic of China (including Tibet)
CHCerebral Hemisphere
CHCrack-Head
CHCustoms House
CHCarry Handle (firearms)
CHConfoederatio Helvetica (Switzerland, international auto identification)
CHContinuum Hypothesis
CHCrown Hill (cemetery)
CHCargo Hold
CHCenter Hall (real estate)
CHCovenant House
CHCommon Hardware
CHCharity Hospital
CHCompanion of Honour
CHCall Hold
CHChieti, Abruzzo (Italian province)
CHConquering Hero
CHChediak-Higashi Syndrome
CHCloud Height
CHChrist's Hospital (Bluecoat School, UK)
CHCompass Heading
CHControlled Humidity
CHCorrespondent Host
CHCharging Handle (firearms)
CHCritical Hours
CHContact Handled
CHClone High (cartoon)
CHComponent Handling
CHCommunications House (light rail, Dallas, Texas)
CHCrown-Heel (length of fetus)
CHCascade Head
CHCrazy Hand
CHCardboard Heroes (gaming)
CHCode Holder
CHChartered Herbalist
CHCalico Hills
CHCapital Height
CHCasualty Handling (St John Smbulance, UK)
CHCreature Handler (Star Wars Galaxies)
CHClarion Health
CHComplete Heal (Everquest gaming)
CHcontingency hospital (US DoD)
CHChairman/Chairperson
CHCongenital Hyperthyroidism
CHCounting Heartbeats (band)
CHCompare Halfword (IBM)
CHCochrane Hill
CHCallitrichid Hepatitis
CHClack House (Clay Aiken fan message board)
CHCossacks Heaven (gaming site)
CHClay High Plasticity (soil type)
CHConstitution Heterogeneity
CHCarrier/Hum Modulation
CHCandle-Hour
CHCoeficiente Honorário (Spanish: conorary coefficient, Brazil)
CHCharriere Unit (French catheter scale)
CHCommunity Health (various organizations)
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Table 106: Brazilian 15-Year Perspective for CholesterolTesting by Test Type - Percentage Breakdown of Tests forLipid Panel Test/Complete Lipid Profile, Apolipoprotein B,and Other Cholesterol Tests for Years 2006, 2014 & 2020(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-80
9 Expert Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults.
3 R&D Status and Technology Source of United States Cholesterol Key Manufacturers in 2014
There's nothing wrong with people who have high cholesterol eating a bowl of Cheerios every morning.
Phase II trials of CRD5, designed to show efficacy in patients with abnormal cholesterol levels, are planned for 2005.
Garner of the University of Alabama at Birmingham cautions that the new data don't prove that cholesterol initiates synapse formation.
People who consumed soybean oil reduced their levels of LDL cholesterol by an average of 12 percent compared with those who ate butter.
Cholesterol in foods has a second effect, completely separate from its ability to raise your blood cholesterol levels.
The American Heart Association (AHA) earlier reported that soy protein lowers harmful LDL cholesterol by only 3 percent, contrary to the FDA health claim on soy protein.
Using a database of several million patients from 368 medical practices in the United Kingdom, the researchers identified more than 24,000 people with high cholesterol levels who had taken statins or other cholesterol-lowering drugs, more than 11,000 similar people who took no such drugs, and 25,000 people with normal cholesterol levels and no history of taking cholesterol-lowering drugs.