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But apparently the story doesn't stop there (will it ever?).
Scientists in Vienna have reported that HDL can also be subdivided into "Good guys and useless guys"! They have discovered the fact having a high HDL does not necessarily mean that it will be cardio-protective as sometimes HDL can be worse then useless! So more does not necessarily equate with better, and what we now need is a test to work out that if a patient has a high HDL, is it made up of the "right stuff"!
In the meantime, stay lean, stay fit, don't smoke and live to the best of oyour ability each and every day.