When it comes to staying your healthiest, you’re in charge — and people in charge have a lot to think about. These quick, 4-minute health quizzes help you decide where to put your attention — because healthy doesn’t happen on its own. You’ve got to make it happen.
Acid Reflux Symptoms
Millions of people suffer from acid reflux, which is also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or more commonly known as heartburn. Symptoms of acid reflux are chest pain, sore throat, nausea, burping or trouble swallowing. Our acid reflux quiz helps evaluate your symptoms, identify your risk factors and gives you an idea about whether you should see your doctor about being evaluated.
Back and neck pain can interrupt even the simplest things in life. And lasting or severe discomfort along your spine could point to a serious problem. Our back and neck pain quiz helps you evaluate your spine function, pain symptoms and risk factors — and it’ll give you an idea of what to do next based on your results. When it comes to treating back and neck discomfort, our specialists can help you return to the activities you love. Learn more about spine health.
This breast health quiz estimates your five-year and lifetime risks of developing breast cancer. Knowing your chances may lead you to plan a routine screening schedule — a critical first step in a battle against the disease. Because the best time to fight breast cancer is before it begins. Learn more about mammograms and breast health.
Colon cancer is the third most common cancer among men and women in the U.S. If detected early, the disease usually responds well to treatment. Take our colorectal health quiz to determine your estimated lifetime risk and whether an evaluation is recommended for you. Talk to your primary care doctor about scheduling a colonoscopy.
Diabetes can lead to other serious health problems if left untreated, including heart disease, stroke and blindness. This diabetes risk quiz estimates your risk of developing the disease and determines which of your risk factors are controllable. If you’re at risk, you can share your results with your primary care doctor to help with diabetes prevention or identify whether you have diabetes.
Your weight has a big impact on your overall health. Obesity is linked to some of the leading causes of death in adults, including stroke, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, asthma and even some cancers. Take our healthy weight quiz to learn whether you’re within an ideal range and how the number may be affecting your life and future. Your primary care doctor can use your results to help you reach your goals.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, and knowing your risk of developing it can help you lower your chances. Take our heart health quiz to estimate your risk, determine your controllable and uncontrollable risk factors and receive guidance on what to do next. If you need care, our renowned cardiovascular experts can help.
Hip and knee pain doesn’t have to interfere with your life. The right treatment can give you the relief you need. Take our hip and knee pain quiz to evaluate your knees and hips, gauge the severity of your issues and figure out what you could do moving forward. Our experts can use your results to create a treatment plan and lead you to back to a pain-free lifestyle.
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in America, and screening for the disease can have substantial benefits for many of those who are at risk. Our lung health quiz helps you identify your risk of lung cancer and decide if a screening makes sense for you. You can share your results with your primary care doctor and work with them to schedule a screening, if needed.
It is estimated that 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, with 80 percent of the cases of moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea undiagnosed. Untreated sleep apnea can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, depression and more. Our sleep apnea risk quiz evaluates factors like snoring, breathing pauses during sleep, fatigue and obesity to determine your sleep apnea risk category. And our sleep experts can provide leading-edge interventions if you have sleep apnea.
Up to 80% of strokes are preventable, and many of the risk factors are controllable. Our stroke risk assessment will help you estimate your chances of experiencing one and learn about ways you can minimize your risk. We’re home to experts who are dedicated to prevention but also provide the highest level of stroke care to those who need it. Learn about stroke care.