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Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An excess of fats or lipids in the blood.

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  • noun medicine An excess quantity of lipid in the blood; a symptom of several medical conditions

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  • noun presence of excess lipids in the blood

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  • In addition to being obese, the Jhdm2a knockout mouse also developed other characteristics related to human metabolic disorder, such as hyperlipidemia (raised lipid levels) and insulin resistance.

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  • So belly up to the bar, down a few tequila shots, and then stand up in front of the crowd to spell "hyperlipidemia," "evisceration" and "adjudication" without barfing.

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  • Prof. Shulman told this website: "In moderation I believe all of these sugars (HFCS, fructose, sucrose, glucose), are perfectly safe for most healthy individuals and will not get them into trouble with medical problems such as hyperlipidemia or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

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  • "In moderation I believe all of these sugars (HFCS, fructose, sucrose, glucose), are perfectly safe for most healthy individuals and will not get them into trouble with medical problems such as hyperlipidemia or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

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  • Type 2 diabetes, has the highest contribution with an estimated $98 billion per year in health care costs because of its links with other health issues such as coronary artery diseases, renal diseases, hyperlipidemia and stroke.

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