Health Risk Assessments
Your health is one of the most important things you own! Taking good care
of your health includes being aware of your risk of developing certain
conditions or illnesses, taking steps to reduce your risk, preventive
screenings and tests, and having a primary care provider who can help you.
At King's Daughters, we want to be with you every step of the way!
We're pleased to provide online health risk assessments that allow
you to learn more about yourself ... and things you can do to stay healthy!
What's your risk for Heart Disease?
One of the most important things we can do to help protect our hearts from
the ravages of heart disease is prevention. Preventing heart disease requires
people to take action – to reduce consumption of low-density, high-fat
foods; to lead more active and less sedentary lifestyles; to reduce stress;
to achieve and maintain healthy weight; and to avoid tobacco and nicotine
in all forms (including vaping).
Another important thing you can do to reduce your risk of developing heart
disease? Being aware of your risk!
King’s Daughters has partnered with HealthAware, one of the nation’s
leading providers of online health risk assessments, to provide HeartAware
to our communities. HeartAware is based upon the groundbreaking Framingham
Heart Study, a project of Boston University and the National Heart, Lung
and Blood Institute.
Are you at risk for breast cancer?
Our breast cancer risk assessment will help you find out and suggest ways
you can reduce your risk. The assessment is free and confidential. Click
here to take the
Breast Cancer Risk Assessment
Do you suffer from poor circulation?
Inside you are thousands of miles of arteries, veins and capillaries that
deliver blood, oxygen and needed nutrients to every part of your body.
You may know it as your circulatory system, but the medical term for this
network is the Vascular System. Just like other parts of your body, the
vascular system can become damaged or diseased. Unfortunately, it's
not always obvious that you have a problem. Symptoms can be as diverse
as dizziness, cold feet or even pain when walking. Our Vascular Disease
Risk Assessment will help you identify whether you are at risk for the
disease and provide suggestions on what you can do to to maintain or improve
your circulatory health.
Click here to take the
Vascular Disease Health Risk Assessment