Risk Factors for Age

Most chronic diseases are preventable, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Annual screenings not only help to detect whether you’re at risk for some of the major illnesses affecting Americans, they can save the lives of those already suffering from a chronic disease.

Below are some of the more common illnesses, and risk factors associated with them. People who want to be proactive about their health, people with relevant risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, being overweight, and anyone with a family history of any of the following:

  • Stroke: family history of heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, being overweight or obese, being age 55 or older
  • Diabetes: family history of obesity and/or diabetes, inactivity, race, pregnancy, high blood pressure, high cholesterol
  • Heart Disease: family history, lifestyle factors like smoking or heavy drinking, obesity, chronic stress
  • Lung Cancer: family history, smoking, history of smoking-related lung diseases, personal history of other cancers


Health Risks Increase with Age

  • As you get older, the danger of developing life-threatening illnesses increases. It's important to identify risk factors and address them before illnesses become too advanced to treat effectively.
  • A health risk analyses can save lives. Minimize the effects of diseases like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and stroke with a simple, painless, screening at a conveniently located mobile clinic.

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