What is your risk of developing coronary heart disease (i.e., having a heart attack or dying from heart disease) in the next 10 years? Find out by answering the questions below and clicking "Calculate."
The cardiac risk calculator 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 heart 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.