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Diabetes Advice

As the risk of diabetes increase with age, Type 2 diabetes is usually found in people aged 40 and above, and in those who are overweight and physically inactive. Although genetics may play a role in increasing the risk of having Type 2 diabetes, it is often preventable. The Health Promotion Board recommends everyone who is aged 40 and above to go for regular screening every 3 years.

Complete the Diabetes Risk Assessment and calculate your score to find out your risk.

Am I at risk for Type 2 Diabetes*?

*This assessment tool calculates your risk for diabetes. This is not a tool for diagnosis. You are recommended to see a doctor for a proper diagnosis.

1. How old are you?
 
5. Have you ever been diagnosed with high blood pressure?
2. Are you a man or a woman?
 
6. Are you physically active?
3. If you are a woman, has a doctor ever told you that you have high blood glucose (sugar), diabetes, or gestational diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy)? If you are a man, please select ‘No’.
 
7. What is your Body Mass Index (BMI)?
4. Do you have a parent or sibling diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes?
 
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