HealthAware Risk Assessments
If you snore, suffer from back pain, have persistent thirst or face a family history of heart disease, St. Luke's HealthAware free and confidential health risk assessments not only give you insight to your current health, they could also save your life.
St. Louis has one of the nation's highest rates of heart-related deaths for women, according to a recent study by the American Heart Association. Our program provides at-risk individuals with a free in-depth follow up including checks of blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar levels, family history and body mass index.
Take the HeartAware Risk Assessment
The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute estimates that 12 to 18 million people in the U.S. have moderate to severe sleep apnea. Those with sleep apnea have a greater risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Take the SleepAware Risk Assessment
St. Luke's SpineAware program can analyze your neck and back pain symptoms and help determine what may be causing your discomfort. Don't continue to live in pain.
Take the SpineAware Risk Assessment
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, about 30 percent of people who have diabetes don't know they have the condition and more than a quarter of Americans have pre-diabetes - meaning they could develop diabetes within 10 years. If you have a family history of diabetes, are overweight or are age 45 or over, you may be at risk.
Take the DiabetesAware Risk Assessment
A stroke is a "Brain Attack" and is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Your risk for stroke increases if you have a family history of stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or if you lack physical activity.
Take the StrokeAware Risk Assessment
Always running to the bathroom? Or - oops - leaking when you laugh, cough or sneeze? You may be the one in three women who experience urge or stress incontinence. Take the free BladderAware risk assessment and find out your risk now!
Take the BladderAware Risk Assessment