The term BMI (body-mass index) has grown in popularity over the years as obesity rates have risen. The body-mass index measures weight and height to determine if a person is underweight, at a normal weight, overweight, or obese. This can reveal if you are at-risk for diabetes, heart disease, or other health issues. We are happy to provide the resource below for you to calculate your current BMI. The BMI only evaluates health based on body fat and does not account for muscle weight or other factors. To have a fully comprehensive understanding of your health, we advise that you request an appointment with a doctor.