How old you are in age isn’t necessarily how old you are inside. Based on everything from genetics to diet, exercise and lifestyle choices, some of us age faster, some slower.
By taking the University of Minnesota Health heart risk assessment, you get a clearer picture of your heart health, so you can take necessary action to avoid heart disease — the number one killer of men and women in the U.S.
What is the heart risk assessment?
The University of Minnesota Health heart risk assessment is a free, quick survey that asks simple questions about your family history, medical history and lifestyle to help determine your heart health.
Since arteries can be 70% blocked before you even sense something’s wrong, a heart risk assessment can highlight if you’re a candidate for heart disease before any symptoms are ever present.
How long does it take?
Within 5 minutes, you’ll have completed your assessment and received your results. If there’s an elevated risk for heart disease, one of our specialists may contact you to help get you on a healthier path.
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