What's My Health Risk?

What’s My Health Risk?

Knowing your risk of serious problems like heart disease, diabetes, and other obesity-related diseases can help you prevent these problems in the future. Once you know your health risk for each, you can focus on improving those areas of your health.

  • Your Heart Score – Find your heart score and help prevent heart disease by focusing on what puts you at risk, like high blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, exercise, nutrition, weight-loss, and tobacco-use.
  • Heart Disease and Stroke Risk – Calculate your 10-year risk of heart disease or stroke.
  • Diabetes Risk – Find out your risk for type 2 diabetes, learn more about prediabetes, and start lowering your risk.
  • Your Weight and Your Health Risk – Use BMI and waist circumference to see if you’re at risk of developing obesity-associated diseases or conditions.

Staying up-to-date on your immunizations, or shots, and preventive care is an important part of protecting your health. Find schedules, guidelines, and resources for immunizations and prevention.

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