Online Health Assessment

Dock Pharmacy Online Health Assessments

Our Online Health Assessment will help give you a snapshot of your current health status based on the information you provide. This includes your ‘real’ health age and suggestions for managing your health risks and making positive changes to help improve your overall health and wellness.

The Online Health check available covers a wide range of health issues.

Use this self-assessment to find out if you might have asthma. It will help you to understand what the symptoms are and will give advice on treatment.

 

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A healthy bladder is important to all of us, yet many people suffer in silence even though a lot can be done to improve things. Take this short assessment to find out if you should seek further advice.

 

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BMI is good way to check if you are a healthy weight. Use our BMI calculator to check the whole family and find helpful information and advice. BMI is a measure of whether you’re a healthy weight for your height.

 

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Childhood Health Assessment

Childhood is a great time to start eating healthily and keeping active. Establishing healthy habits early on can help to improve your child’s quality of life in the future. Find out how much you know about raising a healthy 1-5 year old, with this short quiz.

 

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This is for information only and is not intended to replace a consultation with a GP. The PHQ was developed by Drs Robert L Spitzer, Janet B.W. Williams, Kurt Kroenke and colleagues with a grant from Pfizer Inc. Reproduced with permission.

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This short test is aimed at women who are worried they may be having problems getting pregnant. It will assess their situation and let them know if they should seek further medical advice.

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Heavy periods aren’t necessarily a sign there is anything wrong, but they can affect you physically and emotionally and can cause disruption to everyday life. This assessment will help you to gauge how heavy your periods are and will explain more about potential causes and treatment options.

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People can have kidney disease and not be aware of it. There are often no symptoms until the disease is quite advanced. Use this test to see if you’re at higher risk of developing kidney disease and should have your kidney function checked.

 

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If you’re living with a long-term condition, this short assessment will tell you what help and support you may be entitled to. It will assess your situation and give you personalised advice and a printable checklist.

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We can all feel low, anxious or panicky from time to time. Check your mood using this simple questionnaire and get advice on what might help.

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How much do you know about having a safer sex life? Take the safer sex test and find out how much you know about contraception and sexually transmitted infections.

 

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How much do you know about having a safer sex life? Take the safer sex test and find out how much you know about contraception and sexually transmitted infections.

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Are you having trouble sleeping? Take this short assessment, get a sleep score and get some practical tips and advice on what to do next. In association with Sleepio, the online CBT programme designed to help sleep problems.

 

Take this quick and simple test to find out if you’re at risk of type 2 diabetes. Please note, this tool may not be accurate for anyone undergoing treatment for diabetes.

 

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VTE stands for venous thromboembolism and is a condition where a blood clot forms in a vein. This is most common in a leg vein but a blood clot can form in the lungs. Use this assessment to find out your risk of developing one.

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High blood pressure is sometimes called the silent killer, as it often has no symptoms but can significantly increase your risk of heart disease, stroke and dementia. Use these 2 tools to find out how much you know and what your blood pressure reading means.

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