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A client says, "I know my family history puts me at risk for cardiovascular disease. What can I do to reduce my risk?" Which facts should the nurse consider when formulating a response?
Select all that apply.

Note: Credit will be given only if all correct choices and no incorrect choices are selected.

▸ Diet and physical activity contribute to the development of CVD.

▸ As the American diet has become higher in calories and fat, the incidence of cardiovascular disease has increased.

▸ The environment can trigger genetic changes that are outside the client's control.

▸ Diet control and exercise should control genetic influences on disease development.

▸ Epigenetic changes may or may not influence big differences in phenotype.
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▸Diet and physical activity contribute to the development of CVD.
▸As the American diet has become higher in calories and fat, the incidence of cardiovascular disease has increased.
▸The environment can trigger genetic changes that are outside the client's control.
▸Epigenetic changes may or may not influence big differences in phenotype.

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