What are the chances of heart attack if the person is jogging evry day and all cardiac tests are normal and negative...also the person is non smoker?

Little. Keep doing what you are doing. Always remember that our genetic makeup (along with our lifestyle) determines the main conditions that we are predisposed to. Nothing one can do about his or her genes.

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Can heart attack happen to a non smoker 30 y male with all normal cardiac test results and no fam hist, have anxiety... no symptom but worried..

Anxious. with normal cardiac tests you need to be taking anti anxiety medication such as Prozac, (fluoxetine) reduce anxiety level will make you feel better. Read more...
Highly unlikely. While nothing is impossible, a heart attack is highly unlikely in a 30 year old with normal cardiac tests, a negative family history, and no symptoms. It sounds like your unfounded anxiety is the problem you need to deal with and not the risk of cardiovascular disease at this point. Read more...

No family history of heart disease, normal weight, non smoker& norm BP. Cardiac eval was norm as well. Should I worry about heart attack at age 29? Male

Low risk. You sound like a low risk person, make sure cholesterol is in the normal range. As you get older the aging process and arteriosclerosis may happen. Right now what you can do is maintain the risk low. Read more...
Why even questioned? At age 29, non-smoker, and no family history of heart disease, you are more likely to be struck by lightning than a heart attack. Nonetheless you should consider getting a blood lipid panel done sometime even though the risk is very low. Read more...
No. As you describe, you have no risk factors for premature heart disease, particularly major ones like family history, blood pressure issues, cholesterol issues, weight issues, smoking issues. You are low risk. The more important question may be why the great concern on your part? Read more...

Is it extremely rare for a 29yr old male to have a heart attack? No history, non smoker and healthy weight. Borderline high Chol. Recent Norm cardiac W/U

Yes it's rare. but there are people with inherited lipid abnormalities who can get early and severe arteriosclerosis. Your doctor should test more than your total cholesterol to re-assure you, and measure the good cholesterol (HDL), the bad cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides as well. Some people can get spasm of the coronary arteries, either from stimulant drugs like cocaine, or spontaneously. These are rare. Read more...