Have you ever completely reviewed your emotional and physical health?

  1. To define your current health problems and needs, take this simple online test and share the results with your doctor. [Link]
  1. If you are or have been in the U.S. Army Reserve, try this easy-to-use health assessment form. [Link]
  1. To learn more about your disease risk factors, check out these online tools:

Are your recommended checkups and screenings up-to-date? 

Find out by comparing your current records with U.S. Preventive Task Force recommendations.  These checklists are available for women's and men’s health from the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ).

Does your lifestyle or family history put you at risk for certain diseases and conditions?

My Family Health Portrait, from the U.S. Surgeon General’s office, can help you trace your family health history to identify your risk for certain disorders. Download the family tree of health issues and discuss it with your doctor.  
Write down your diet and exercise goals in this Daily Food and Activity Diary from the National Institutes of Health.  Assess your physical activity status and get information on how many calories you burn by getting active with this tool provided by the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion. [Link]

Assess the care you are receiving and share the results with your health care team

Staying healthy can be difficult when you have a chronic condition. You can evaluate the type of support your health care team provides with this easy-to-use questionnaire. Share this assessment with a member of your health care team or use the results to become a more confident patient.


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