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Recently I asked my mother about our family history and we realized that I have a big chance to get some heart disease. Well, I know that I can not do anything about that. But I heard that I can prevent cardiac risk factors. First, can somebody tell me what are cardiac risk factors?

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Factors that increase your risk of coronary artery disease include some you can't control and several that you can. You can control or prevent these factors: high blood cholesterol and high blood pressure, smoking cigarette and tobacco, overweight and obesity, and diabetes. If you have a personal history of heart disease, there are treatments that can reduce the risk.
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