What is your risk of developing cardiovascular disease* in the next 10 years? Find out your risk by answering the questions below and clicking "Calculate."
*Cardiovascular disease includes coronary heart disease such as a heart attack or dying from heart disease, cerebrovascular disease such as stroke, peripheral artery disease, and heart failure.
This tool is intended for people aged 30 and older. It uses a formula based on data from the Framingham heart study to estimate your risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
Your risk of developing heart disease in the next 10 years is 0%.
If you have concerns about your risk, talk to your doctor about ways to reduce your risk of developing heart disease, including a healthy diet, exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, controlling blood pressure and cholesterol, and quitting smoking.