Low cholesterol and violent crime.

@article{Golomb2000LowCA,
  title={Low cholesterol and violent crime.},
  author={Beatrice A. Golomb and H{\aa}kan Stattin and Sara C. Mednick},
  journal={Journal of psychiatric research},
  year={2000},
  volume={34 4-5},
  pages={301-9}
}
BACKGROUND Community cohort studies and meta-analyses of randomized trials have shown a relation between low or lowered cholesterol and death by violence (homicide, suicide, accident); in primates, cholesterol reduction has been linked to increased behavioral acts of aggression (Kaplan J, Manuck S. The effects of fat and cholesterol on aggressive behaviour in monkeys. Psychosom. Med 1990;52:226-7; Kaplan J, Shively C, Fontenot D, Morgan T, Howell S, Manuck S et al. Demonstration of an… CONTINUE READING
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