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Am I at risk of getting a heart attack?

Answer
Variety of conditions and "risk factors" are related to the development of heart disease. Some are things that are not in your control, such as your family history, age or gender. Others, such as high blood pressure, poor diet, and smoking are things that can be controlled to lower your risk of a heart attack..

Heart Attack Risk Factors:

Inherited Age
Sex
Family history
Race
Diabetes
Changeable Blood pressure
Diabetes
Lifestyle
Smoking
Physical activity
Waist circumference
Women <36 inches
Men < 40 inches
Body fat type - highest risk concentrated in belly
(Linked to hypertension, diabetes)