Joyce: Is everything OK, Kenyon?
Kenyon: I think so, mostly. I just got a physical and here are the results. Would you take a look?
Joyce: Red blood cell count good, white blood cells good, cholesterol levels a bit shaky. Oh, you have high blood pressure.
Kenyon: Would that have to do with my diet? Joyce: You probably eat too much fat and salt. Kenyon: Could it be a congenital problem? Joyce: Could be. Do you have a family history of heart disease?
Kenyon: My grandfather died of a heart attack and my uncle just had triple bypass surgery.
Joyce: Those are really bad signs. You should watch what you eat.
Kenyon: Speaking of food, I’m hungry. How’s your cafeteria here?
Explanation: Congenital - a disease or condition that exists at or from birth