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Heart Disease Risk Factor Quiz

To determine if you could benefit from Tanner's $99 coronary CT calcium score scan, take our quiz.

Give yourself 1 point for each heart disease risk factor that applies to you:

  • Man 45 years of age or older or a woman older than 55 – 1 point
  • Family history of heart attacks (father or brother younger than 55, mother or sister younger than 65)
  • High blood cholesterol – 1 point
  • High blood pressure – 1 point
  • Diabetes or pre-diabetes – 1 point
  • History of tobacco use – 1 point

How many points do you have?

You should consider getting a $99 coronary CT calcium score scan if you have a total score of 2 or more points and you haven't already been diagnosed with coronary artery disease or had this screening.

Call 770-812-9721 to schedule your screening today. Mention code: HEART RISK.

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