High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL) will be an optional addition in the revised HHS calculation. It will only be used if the result is sent to Multiply. Aptly known as the ‘good cholesterol, high levels of HDL reduces an individual’s risk to develop atherosclerosis. Within range HDL for males: 1.17 - 2.33 mmol.l-1 Within range HDL for females: 1,30 - 2,33 mmol.l-1
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- How long is a health assessment valid for?
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