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Mona Lisa Smile Links to High Cholesterol

by Liubov Edwards  -  March 4th, 2015

Studies reveal that Mona Lisa's smile might be caused by very bad levels of cholesterol. According to Dr Vito Franco, from Palermo University, “she shows clear signs of a build-up of fatty acids under the skin, caused by too much cholesterol". If she could have her cholesterol level tested and got the statin drug treatment her smile would be different.

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Another study suggests that Mona Lisa might suffered of high blood pressure and familial hypercholesterolemia. The FH is a condition that has a genetic cause and diagnoses usually based on dramatically high bad cholesterol levels and family history.


Liubov Edwards is an illustrator and graphic designer from Falmouth UK; she has been worked for safe Canadian pharmacy since Dec 2011.

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