Maggie is now in her late 40s and is a working mother with a stressful career. Although she tried to watch her carbohydrate intake and get more exercise, she has developed type 2 diabetes mellitus. Maggie was prescribed medication for diabetes and a statin drug for high cholesterol. Her most recent fasting blood work shows a glucose of 205 mg/dL, triglycerides of 350 mg/dL, total cholesterol of 295 mg/dL, and an HDL of 36 mg/dL. 3. What is a possible secondary cause of Maggie’s high triglycerides? Should MB be concerned about her children’s lipid profiles? 5. What additional blood work should Maggie have performed? 6. What are the yellow nodules on Maggie’s skin?