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Heart and Stroke Foundation

RISK ASSESSMENT

Heart and Stroke Foundation

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You can contact us with questions or comments specific to any of the My Heart&Stroke Action Plans™ or the Risk Assessment through this form. If you have questions or comments that are more general in nature such as information on and the prevention and management of heart disease and stroke, or information about Heart and Stroke Foundation events, please click here.

The Heart and Stroke Foundation can provide general information about healthy eating, physical activity, weight and blood pressure management, etc. but we cannot provide answers to specific medical questions or personal medical advice or consultation. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a health matter.

You can also reach us by email by completing the following form. We will do our best to respond to your question within 3 business days. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

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CANADIAN RISK ASSESSMENT RESULTS

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HOW DOES YOUR HEALTH COMPARE?

SEX
M

In general, men's risk of heart disease and stroke is higher than women's.

AVG HEIGHT
5'9
AVG WEIGHT
194
AVG BMI: OVERWEIGHT
28.6
69.4%

OF MEN HAVE WEIGHT AS A RISK FACTOR

SEX
F
AVG HEIGHT
5'4
AVG WEIGHT
163
AVG BMI: OVERWEIGHT
28.0
61.8%

OF WOMEN HAVE WEIGHT AS A RISK FACTOR

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Canadians are living longer. But not necessarily healthier. On average, we’ll spend our final 10 years with sickness and disease. However, we can change this. The choices we make now can help shape a future of strength and vitality instead. The Heart and Stroke Foundation wants to help Canadians like you make those healthy choices. So you can spend every moment not just living, but truly alive. Now’s the time to Make Health Last.