Are you currently at risk of Type 2 diabetes^? Find out now!

The Diabetes Risk Assessment is developed for people between 18-39 years old. If you are above 40 years old, it is recommended that you go for cardiovascular risk screening (including diabetes) every 3 years.

Questions 1 to 5 marked with * are required and contribute to your current risk assessment.

1. Date of birth*

2. Gender*

2a. Has a doctor ever told you that you have high blood glucose (sugar), diabetes, or gestational diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy)?*

3. Enter your height (cm) and weight (kg) to find out your Body Mass Index (BMI).*

cm
kg
kg/m2 Risk of nutritional deficiency diseases and osteoporosis Your BMI is in the Low Risk range Your BMI is in the Moderate Risk range Your BMI is in the High Risk range

4. Do you have a parent, sibling and/or child diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes^?*

5. Have you ever been told by your doctor that you have high blood pressure (hypertension)?*

Questions 6 and 7 are optional and will not be used to compute your risk assessment. They refer to lifestyle habits, which can contribute to your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes over time.

6. On average, how much time do you spend on physical activity in a week?
Examples of physical activity are housework, cycling, jogging, swimming & playing sports/games.

7. How often do you drink sugary beverages?
Examples of sugary beverages are soft drinks, fruit juice, yoghurt drinks, coffee, tea and bubble tea.

 
 
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