Women: Are You At Risk for Cardiovascular Disease?
Even if you are healthy now, your lifestyle choices can lead to later cardiovascular disease, such as heart attack or stroke. Learn your risk of developing cardiovascular disease in the next 10 years with the Reynolds Risk Score.
The Reynolds Risk Score is designed for healthy women who do not have diabetes (if you have diabetes you are already at high risk for cardiovascular disease), and uses age, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, if you smoke, a blood test called hsCRP (measures inflammation), and if your parents had a heart attack before they reached age 60 (measures genetic risk) to calculate your 10-year risk of developing cardiovascular disease. To access the Reynolds Risk Score, click here.