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Volume 11   •   Number 3  •  March 2014

Manage Your Cholesterol to Improve Your Heart Health

The heart muscle thrives on a continuous supply of oxygen-rich blood from arteries on its surface, called coronary arteries. When cholesterol builds up in the arteries, blood flow slows down, and the result can be chest pain, or angina. The accumulated cholesterol in the arterial walls are called plaques. These plaques …


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Editor-in-Chief
Bruce A. Ferrell, MD
UCLA Division of Geriatrics
Editor
Kristine Lang
Group Director
Jay Roland
Editorial Advisory Board
Randall Espinoza, MD, MPH
Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Geffen School of Medicine
UCLA Medical Center

Arash Naeim, MD
Hematology & Oncology
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

Michelle Eslami, MD
Geriatric Medicine
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica

John FitzGerald, MD
Rheumatology
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
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