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5.Which risk factor for hypertension is influenced by genetic factors and lifestyle?a.Sodium intakec.Psychosocial stressb.Physical inactivityd.ObesityANS: DThe most important environmental risk factors for hypertension are increased sodium intake,decreased physical activity, psychosocial stress, and obesity. However, obesity is, itself,influenced by genes and the environment.
PTS: 1REF: Page 1726.What percentage of all cases of breast cancer are identified as an autosomal dominant form?1520
PTS: 1REF:Page 172 | Page 1747.When a woman has one first-degree relative with breast cancer, her risk of developing breastcancer is how many times greater?610
PTS: 1REF: Page 1728.Adoption studies have shown that the offspring of an alcoholic parent when raised bynonalcoholic parents have what amount of an increased risk of developing alcoholism?
PTS: 1REF: Page 1799.Studies have identified several genes that play a role in the prevention of obesity by affectingwhat?
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a.Regulation of appetitec.Absorption of fatb.Metabolizing of fatd.Altering the sense of satietyANS: AClinical trials using recombinant leptin have demonstrated moderate weight loss in a subset ofobese individuals. In addition, leptin participates in important interactions with othercomponents of appetite control, such as neuropeptide Y and–melanocyte-stimulatinghormone and its receptor, the melanocortin-4 receptor (MC4R). Currently, no researchsupports the other options as being genetically regulated.
PTS: 1REF: Page 17810.TheBRCA1andBRCA2mutations increase the risk of which cancer in women?
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