whether more KIDS should be screened and treated for high cholesterol

Experts will debate whether more KIDS should be screened and treated for high cholesterol.

New NIH guidelines recommend screening ALL kids between ages 9 to 11...and again between 17 to 21.

Advocates say universal screening is needed to identify more kids with dyslipidemia...and spur healthier lifestyle choices.

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