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Cholesterol is fat that is made in your body and found in foods. High cholesterol can be caused by many factors such as an unhealthy diet, inactivity or obesity and it often runs in families. When you have too much LDL “bad” cholesterol, it can build up in your arteries and it is one of several major factors that increase your risk of heart disease, heart attack, or stroke. When taken as directed, LIPITOR OTC reduces your LDL cholesterol, and lowers your chance of having a heart attack. Before use, you must know your LDL cholesterol is between 130-189 mg/dL.
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