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With Zuum: you can quickly find out your risk of six major diseases - including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer; get customized tips for prevention; and begin to boost your health.

Developed by the team that created the award-winning website Your Disease Risk, Zuum packages the latest science into an engaging, easy-to-use health app you can trust.

•Estimate your risk of six major diseases: heart disease, stroke, diabetes, lung cancer, colon cancer, breast cancer (for women), and prostate cancer (for men).
•See what your future risks could be if you made healthy changes.
•See the factors that are increasing and decreasing your risk for each disease.
•Get ongoing health messages tailored to your profile.
•Get personalized tips for lowering your risk and boosting your health.

Zuum is HIPAA compliant.

Zuum cannot predict if you will get a particular disease. It estimates your chances and offers personalized tips for reducing your risk. But just because you follow the tips does not guarantee you will be healthy. Your health is the result of many factors, some of which are not yet fully understood.

Zuum is an educational application of Washington University in St. Louis and is intended for informational purposes only. It does not provide medical advice or services. Do not use the content to make a diagnosis, treat a health problem, or replace a doctor's judgment.

Zuum does not take the place of regular medical check-ups. If you have any concerns about your health, talk to a doctor. Do not disregard or delay seeking medical advice because of something you read on this web site.

The information on this application is a summary intended to provide a broad understanding of disease prevention. The Washington University in St. Louis makes no warranty as to the usefulness or completeness of the information.

The Washington University in St. Louis is not responsible for any damages or losses that result from use of Zuum.

Zuum contains links to third-party web sites maintained by others. These links are provided solely as a convenience to you and not as an endorsement by the Washington University in St. Louis of the contents of any of those third-party web sites. The Washington University in St. Louis is not responsible for the content of linked third-party sites and does not make any representations regarding the contents or accuracy of materials on those sites. If you decide to access linked third-party web sites, you do so at your own risk.

Furthermore, the Washington University in St. Louis is not responsible for the content of sites that link to Zuum. Links do not imply that the University endorses these sites or the products and services advertised on them.

You may email/share, print, or download information for personal, non-commercial purposes only. Permission to reproduce, transmit, distribute or display the content for any other purpose requires prior written consent from Washington University in St. Louis.

All content on the web site is protected by copyright law, © 2012 The Washington University.

What’s New

Version 1.8.5

Updated for iOS 12 and to work with the current iPad lineup.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

macboyphm ,

Clean interface

Clearly lists all changes I can make to my habits to lower disease risk. It'd be really neat if it showed probabilities in addition to "risk vs others in cohort". Two levels of exercise would also be neat (basic activity levels and more athletic activity levels)

Clearblue2 ,

15 minutes of Fame.

Good product but,after taking the survey I find the app no longer needed. It lost its usefulness. Now if the developer created an actual tracking program where you can add activities and foods eaten and it would calculate your risk factor; then this app would retain it's usefulness.

Penguintopia ,

Good idea, bad information

A very good idea. Sadly, it follows the US Government Healy guidelines for eating. These are horribly wrong and based on flawed studies. See, for example, "Low Carb Living" by Bowden, "Why We Get" Fat by Taubes, "The Art And Science of Low Carb Living" by Phinney and Volek for extensive refutation of government guidelines.

So, if you subscribe the the conventional wisdom, this is for you. If you are low carb or paleo, look elsewhere.


Washington University in St. Louis
3.7 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.



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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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