Online calculators make it a snap to gauge your chances of having
a heart attack. The most commonly used calculator is the Framingham
risk score, made available online by the National Cholesterol
Education Program. A newer one is the Reynolds Risk Score. It
adds family history of premature heart disease and C-reactive
protein to the Framingham calculations.
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