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From: Screening and socioeconomic associations of dyslipidemia in young adults

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College Lipid Data versus Nationally Comparative Lipid Data (Parts A, B, and C). Part A Total Cholesterol Values (Furman Database vs. NHANES Data). Part B HDL-C Cholesterol Values (Furman Database vs. NHANES Data). Part C Triglyceride Values (Furman Database vs. NHANES Data). Legend: NHANES = National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Income categories defined in college (solid lines) population data as Higher (mean ~$186k), Middle (mean ~$169k), and Lower (mean ~$86k) categories using annual family income respectively (as reported by Free Application for Federal Student Aid data). For NHANES, Higher Income >$75k, Lower Income < $20k, and Middle Income between $20k and $75k

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