Health Management

KNOW YOUR RISKS AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM
Family history – and your genes – can double your risk of heart disease and stroke. But that’s just part of a complex puzzle of risk factors. Your lifestyle (the things you can change) also plays a significant role. So how do you put all the puzzle pieces together? What are your vulnerabilities? And how long are you going to live?

Get the answers with your Heart and Stroke Risk Assessment. In just minutes, a FREE and comprehensive Risk Assessment Report will be delivered to your inbox. Don’t be blindsided by a dangerous family history of heart disease and stroke. Know your risks – and what to do about them.
Get the answers with your Heart and Stroke Risk Assessment.
In just minutes, a FREE and comprehensive Risk Assessment Report will be delivered to your inbox.
Don’t be blindsided by a dangerous family history of heart disease and stroke.
Know your risks – and what to do about them.
ASSESS MY RISK NOW
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DON’T BE BLINDSIDED BY GENETICS
There are 84,000 genes and countless combinations that affect our risk of heart disease and stroke. Today, we know 20% of those genes. While that may not seem like a lot, it does help us understand our risk for heart disease and stroke. And that means we don’t have to be blindsided by our genetics. You’re not powerless. While Heart and Stroke Foundation researchers work tirelessly to uncover the remaining genes involved in heart disease and stroke, you can take action. Today, your best defense is to set and track your goals, and follow the tips and advice to help you achieve those goals.
Knowing your risks is the first critical step to better health. Complete the Risk Assessment for your free confidential report.
ASSESS YOUR RISK NOW
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