Hormone Replacement Therapy and Lipids
In 1997, the average life span for Japanese women was 83.82 years, the highest worldwide average for 13 years. However, sometimes the faces of Japanese women don’t look so well. Their quality of life is also very important. The second most common cause of death in women is cerebrovascular disease, and the third is heart disease. Both of these conditions are closely associated with arterial sclerosis (Table 1).
KeywordsOsteoporosis Lipase Androgen Valerate Triglyceride
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