Pre-Diabetes Risk Test

Welcome to your Pre Diabetes Risk Test

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) launched its first risk test in 1993. The risk test was adapted by a published study and validated using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). When developing the test, researchers looked for specific characteristics that made a person more likely than average to have undiagnosed type 2 diabetes. To make the tool as easy to use as possible, they only considered health characteristics that people would know about themselves without needing a blood test or other medical evaluation—such as age, height, and weight, but not including blood glucose or cholesterol levels. 

How Old Are You?
If You Are A Woman, Have You Ever Been Diagnosed With Gestational Diabetes?
Have You Ever Been Diagnosed With High Blood Pressure?
What Is Your Height - Weight Combination?If your weight is not between the combination down below, please choose the last option.
Are You A Man Or A Woman?
Do You Have A Mother, Father, Sister, Or Brother With Diabetes?
Are You Physically Active?
What Race Or Ethnicity Best Describes You?