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www.cdc.gov/bloodpressure/family_history.htm

Family members share genes, behaviors, lifestyles, and environments that can influence their health and their risk for disease. High blood pressure can run in a family, and your risk for high blood pressure can increase based on your age and your race or ethnicity. When members of a family pass ...

highbloodpressurebegone.com/is-high-blood-pressure-hereditary

Genetic influences on high blood pressure. What causes high blood pressure can be a complex affair. Many things such as aspects of our diets, our activity levels, our stress levels, our age, our weight, can have an effect. And even in one individual, high blood pressure can be caused by a complex combination of factors.

www.medicalnewsbulletin.com/high-blood-pressure-genetic

Using genetic data, researchers have finally answered the question: is high blood pressure genetic? High blood pressure affects millions of people across the world and can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. Although aspects of diet, health, and heredity have long been linked to high blood ...

www.nih.gov/news-events/nih-research-matters/genetics-blood-pressure

Large-scale studies of the genetic influences on blood pressure revealed dozens of new genetic variations associated with a risk of high blood pressure. The findings will lead to a better understanding of the complex factors that affect blood pressure and may lead to new treatment approaches. Blood ...

www.webmd.com/.../news/20090511/genes-linked-to-high-blood-pressure

May 11, 2009 - A group of genes may raise the risks associated with high blood pressure, such as heart attack and stroke.. Researchers found that 10 genetic variants individually explained about 1 ...

www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/315556.php

"Doctors might eventually be able to determine a child's genetic risk of diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and maybe even cancer, so that they can live well enough to try to ...

www.cheatsheet.com/health-fitness/is-high-blood-pressure-hereditary-how-to...

Other causes of high blood pressure. There’s a reason you’re not doomed to develop high blood pressure just because one of your parents has it. There are other things you can’t control ...

www.health.harvard.edu/blog/high-blood-pressure-why-me-201605029288

With aging comes a universal increase in systolic blood pressure (the top number) and in the risk for heart disease. On the other hand, tackling modifiable risk factors for high blood pressure, for example, losing weight and getting more exercise, often produces great benefits. Your odds of developing high blood pressure are pretty good

www.answers.com/Q/Can_high_blood_pressure_be_hereditary

High blood pressure can be prevented by eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly. Consumption of fatty foods, smoking and drinking alcohol can all contribute to high blood pressure.

www.medhelp.org/posts/High-Blood-Pressure---Hypertension/Can-high-blood...

Yes, there are many cases of high blood pressure being hereditary. I know several people whom are active, eat very balanced diets, and yet- still struggle with high blood pressure. Sometimes it can be a combination of diet and genetics, as well.