Health Risk Assessments
Our Health Risk Assessments are free, evidence-based health and wellness applications that can help identify health risks through a concise series of questions related to lifestyle, family history, and health.
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Breast Cancer Risk Assessment
About one out of every eight women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Our FREE Breast Cancer Risk Assessment estimates your 5-year risk and lifetime risk of breast cancer.
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Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment
Roughly 40% of people over the age of 50 have pre-cancerous polyps in their colon or rectum. 5% to 10% of polyps become cancerous if not removed. Our FREE Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment will estimate your chances of developing colorectal cancer.
Take Colorectal Cancer Risk Assessment
Diabetes Risk Assessment
One in 12 adults has diabetes in the United States and is the seventh leading cause of death in the nation. Our FREE Diabetes Risk Assessment calculates your risk for developing type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome.
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Heart Risk Assessment
Heart disease causes one out of every four U.S. deaths annually. Our FREE Heart Health Profiler calculates your 10- and 30-year risk of developing cardiovascular disease while also calculating your heart age.
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Knee & Hip Pain Assessment
Knees and hips are two of the most common sites of joint pain regardless of age or gender. In the US, more than 2 out of every 5 adults over age 64 suffer from joint pain. Our FREE Knee & Hip Pain Assessment will assess either your knee or hip function and list some ways your pain may be impacting your daily life.
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Adventist HealthCare: Care. Compassion. Community.
We are the first and largest healthcare system in Montgomery County focused on a mission of improving the health of people and communities through a ministry of physical, mental and spiritual healing. Our commitment to caring for our community began in 1907 and continues today with a full system of care that includes physicians, nurses, therapists, behavioral health experts, health educators, dietitians and support staff dedicated to keeping our community healthy and living life well.