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Genetic coronary heart disease - symptoms and how to test

There may be inherited genetic risk factors for coronary artery disease, which increases the likelihood of heart attack, stroke, and heart failure. Heart disease risk can be affected by genetics in a variety of ways. Male gender, ageing, high plasma low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), high blood pressure, obesity, and other lifestyle factors including smoking, a high-fat diet, and a lack of exercise are all key risk factors for the development of CHD. When a family has a history of heart disease, genetic testing can determine whether or not the condition was passed down from generation to generation. The danger to an individual's immediate family can also be assessed by testing.