Poor diet, lack of physical activity, high alcohol consumption and obesity are all risk factors for high blood pressure, but these can be controlled.

Unfortunately, there are some risk factors for the condition – such as a family history of high blood pressure – that cannot be changed. But researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany, say this could one day change for daughters of mothers with high blood pressure.

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