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Study: children’s cholesterol levels drop

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Over the past decade, researchers say, the number of children with high cholesterol levels has fallen. A new study from the Journal of the American Medical Association shows the rate of high total cholesterol dropped from 11 percent to eight percent in children ages six to nine. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.