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Heart Risk Factors Center

Certain factors increase a person's risk for developing heart problems. For example, metabolic syndrome is a grouping of factors known to impact heart risk. These factors include extra abdominal fat, high blood pressure, insulin resistance and poor cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Heart disease risk can be assessed with a tool called the coronary risk profile.

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