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What are the risk factors for getting coronary artery disease?

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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: SEVERAL

Age weight diabetes hypertension smoking sedentary lifestyle obesity genetics.

In brief: SEVERAL

Age weight diabetes hypertension smoking sedentary lifestyle obesity genetics.
Dr. Luis Villaplana
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Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
Preventive Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Multiple StartsAge 7

Since starts in childhood, complications become more apparent with age, men progress faster then women, lipoproteins (not cholesterol), blood glucose above optimal (hba1c ?5.
0%), increased bp, eg. Typical resting systolic not below 120, smoking, obesity, stress (especially chronic internalized anger), eating low fat foods, genetics, sedentary. Study taubes, attia, lustig, dietdoctor, big fat lies.

In brief: Multiple StartsAge 7

Since starts in childhood, complications become more apparent with age, men progress faster then women, lipoproteins (not cholesterol), blood glucose above optimal (hba1c ?5.
0%), increased bp, eg. Typical resting systolic not below 120, smoking, obesity, stress (especially chronic internalized anger), eating low fat foods, genetics, sedentary. Study taubes, attia, lustig, dietdoctor, big fat lies.
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