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Health Check Tools

Assess your health with interactive tools such as calculators, quizzes, and questionnaires. You can check your risk for heart disease, calculate your ideal weight and body mass, find out how many calories your favorite exercise burns, and more.

A

Acoustic Neuroma

Alcohol

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)

Allergy

Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotics

Asthma

Asthma in Children

Autism Spectrum Disorder

B

Bipolar Disorder

Body Weight

C

Calcium

Cancer Chemotherapy

Cerebral Palsy

Childhood Vaccines

Children's Health

Choosing a Doctor or Health Care Service

Chronic Kidney Disease

College Health

Colorectal Cancer

Common Infant and Newborn Problems

Constipation

Cosmetics

Cough

  • Cough (American Academy of Family Physicians)

D

Depression

Diabetes Type 2

Diabetic Diet

Diets

Drug Use and Addiction

E

Eczema

Exercise and Physical Fitness

Exercise for Older Adults

F

Facial Injuries and Disorders

Family History

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Flu

  • Flu Widget (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Folic Acid

H

Hay Fever

Health Checkup

Health Facilities

Health Literacy

Health Screening

Hearing Disorders and Deafness

Heart Attack

Hives

I

Immune System and Disorders

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

K

Kidney Diseases

L

Lyme Disease

M

Medicare

Menopause

Mental Disorders

Methamphetamine

N

Nail Diseases

Nutrition

Nutrition for Older Adults

O

Obesity

Obesity in Children

P

Palliative Care

Pregnancy and Drug Use

Prostate Cancer

Prostate Diseases

Q

Quitting Smoking

R

Rashes

S

Sickle Cell Disease

Skin Cancer

Smoking

Smoking and Youth

Spina Bifida

Stomach Disorders

Stroke

Sun Exposure

Surgery

T

Talking With Your Doctor

Teen Health

Teen Mental Health

V

Vaccines

Vaginal Diseases

Veterans and Military Health

W

Water Safety (Recreational)

Weight Control

Weight Loss Surgery

The information on this site should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care or advice. Contact a health care provider if you have questions about your health.