Treating high bilirubin levels focuses on eliminating the underlying cause of the increase and reducing the possibility of future liver damage, states Chemocare. Normal bilirubin levels range from about 0.2 to 1.2 millig... More »

High bilirubin test results may be indicative of blood disorders or impaired liver function, such as liver disease or blocked bile ducts. Too much bilirubin, or hyperbilirubinemia, in newborn babies can cause brain damag... More »

In general, a total bilirubin level above 1.9 milligrams per deciliter is considered elevated, notes MedlinePlus. The normal range for total bilirubin level in the blood is 0.3 to 1.9 milligrams per deciliter. Direct, or... More »

High bilirubin levels may indicate a variety of problems with the liver, such as hepatitis or blockage of the liver's bile ducts. More infrequently hemolysis, the destruction of red blood cells, is a cause of high biliru... More »

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High bilirubin levels indicate problems with the gall bladder, liver or bile ducts, according to Healthline. A person can also have high bilirubin levels due to problems in his blood. Infants may have high bilirubin leve... More »

HDL cholesterol levels increase when an individual maintains a healthy weight, quits smoking tobacco or routinely performs 30 to 60 minutes of aerobic exercise several days a week, states WebMD. HDL is known as “good cho... More »

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High levels of bilirubin can lead to the yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes, a condition known as jaundice, states WebMD. Additionally, high total bilirubin can be an indicator of liver disease and blockage... More »

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