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    Default Dietary Cholesterol Good For Your Heart Unless Oxidized

    Science Daily
    February 27, 2013

    A 98-year-old researcher argues that, contrary to decades of clinical assumptions and advice to patients, dietary cholesterol is good for your heart -- unless that cholesterol is unnaturally oxidized (by frying foods in reused oil, eating lots of polyunsaturated fats, or smoking).

    Keep Reading: https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0227151254.htm
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    Default Re: Dietary Cholesterol Good For Your Heart Unless Oxidized

    The link above does not appear to work by clicking on it. Pasting the link into the browser will pull up the article. I tested the link before posting and it worked. I'm doing something wrong and can't figure it out. I apologize for my incompetence and for any inconvenience.

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    Default Re: Dietary Cholesterol Good For Your Heart Unless Oxidized

    No need to apologize. Everyone negotiates the same learning curve and usually needs some coaching from the patient Administrator. So...
    I just copy/pasted it and it worked fine, so let's see where it gets damaged.
    • My first step is to highlight the entire article (not always possible; sometimes it has to be done in stages) and paste it to the new window I opened.
    • Next step: delete the title (highlight, then command + x)
    • Paste the title in the headline box (command + v)
    • click on any illustrations and delete, one at a time
    • If there's a huge vacant text space where the large-font title used to be, delete it
    • align author, date and up to 100 words of the content
    • return to the article and copy the url (the link)
    • in your window, drop down one line, add the encouragement ("Read more:") and paste the url. At this point you will see the entire url.
    • now click Preview. In the Preview window you will see the url abbreviated (I think) in blue text
    • note what needs correcting and follow through in the final version. (You cannot make corrections in the Preview window)
    • click Submit. Now the url will appear in blue, abbreviated. Job done!
    • if something is still amiss, click Edit and make necessary corrections.

    I hope I remembered all the steps. When you do the same thing for years, it becomes so automatic that it's easy to forget small but important steps in the process. For instance, I forgot to mention to italicize any journal titles, which includes magazines and newspapers, if the original story neglected to do that.
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    Default Re: Dietary Cholesterol Good For Your Heart Unless Oxidized

    Islander, thank you for your patience, and for fixing the link. Your instructions will definitely prove helpful for the next time.

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