Mar 28, 2014 7:09 AM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
A Johns Hopkins study of nearly three million adults reveals our cholesterol levels tend to increase during the winter months.
Researchers say it's not the cold that's to blame, but our normal behaviors change when temperatures drop.
We tend to eat fatty comfort foods, exercise less, and get less sun, which means less Vitamin D.
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