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"Caring for your HEART with our HEARTS."® Since 1993.
Start today on your journey to prevent heart disease by understanding your own personal risk and risk factors for developing heart-related problems. Even if you already have heart disease, you can take steps to keep it from getting worse. Use the tools below to find out how to lower your risk of heart disease.
Use this Body Mass Index (BMI) calculator based on height and weight to help you determine if you are overweight or obese, or have key risk factors for developing heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes.
Heart Disease Risk Assessment
Doctors and other members of the care team often use a risk assessment tool to help predict your risk of developing a heart attack or dying from coronary disease in the next 10 years. If you are 20 or older without known heart disease and do not have diabetes, use this tool to determine your risk, and then talk your results over with your doctor.
Know Your Cholesterol
There are four types of cholesterol that you and your doctor should be concerned with to determine if your cholesterol is too high: total cholesterol, high-density cholesterol (HDL), low-density cholesterol (LDL), and triglycerides. Use this calculator to help determine if your cholesterol numbers are on track.
CardioSmart Med Reminder is a free and easy-to-use app to help you take your medications as prescribed.
Receive two text messages a week providing you with practical tips, advice and daily reminders about preventing heart disease.
Receive text messages before and after your desired quit date to help you quit and stay off of cigarettes.