My Risk Assessment
What would you do if we told you that in a matter of minutes you may be able to save your life? Health concerns come about from both genetic and lifestyle choices and understanding where your personal risks lie may make the difference between life and death.
We offer a variety of online health assessments so that you can learn what the risks are, and in many cases, we offer additional testing or screenings for free or at discounted prices to further isolate your health concerns. Take the assessment, get screened, know your risk of heart disease and other conditions, and live your life. It’s as easy as that.
Diabetes is the fastest growing risk factor for heart disease. The number of people is equal to 7% of the American population. More concerning is that one-third of diabetics are unaware they have the disease -- a disease which leads to cardiac conditions, stroke, blindness, loss of limb, and impotence for men. The good news is that diabetes is controllable and preventable.
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Half who die of heart disease won't even know they were at risk. 90 percent of first time heart attacks can be prevented new studies show. The best way to reduce risk is awareness. Take our free assessment and if you are at risk you'll receive a free cholesterol screening and consultation.
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Anyone can have a stroke, however your chances increase if you have certain risk factors. Approximately 795,000 strokes occur each year, and up to 80 percent of them could be prevented.
The StrokeAware online stroke screening takes just seven minutes and provides information about your personal risk for stroke. Answer a few simple questions, and StrokeAware will provide you with a report of your risk factors and recommendations for improving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
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Eight million Americans have Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). A common problem is that most people mistake the symptoms of PAD for something else, and PAD often goes underdiagnosed by healthcare professionals. People with PAD are at higher risk for heart attacks and stroke, and left untreated can lead to gangrene and amputation.
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