Too much pressure damages the pipes in your heart and body.
Too much sugar in your blood causes damage to the pipes in your heart and body.
Too much fat in your blood blocks up the pipes in your heart and body.
Belly fat increases the risk of problems with your heart.
Smoking makes your blood sticky and blocks up the pipes in your heart and body.
If you don't move much you are more likely to get blocked pipes in your heart.
Bad eating and drinking blocks up the pipes in your heart and body.
Feeling sad and lonely for too long puts you at risk of heart problems.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are more likely to have blockages in their body's pipes.
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