How Healthy Are You? Fifty Online Quizzes And Report Cards To Find Out

by Ultra Healthy Gal on November 8, 2010

While many tests exist that help people learn more about their physical and mental health, few are more educational or — perhaps — more fun, than tests that are offered online. You might be able to get a snapshot of your health with an ultrasound, but you can learn why you might need that test with a simple quiz about your well being. These fifty online quizzes, tests and report cards cover the topics of heart health, cancer, men’s and women’s health, mental health and diabetes.


  1. Act In Time To Heart Attack Signs: A simple and easy test of 10 questions to help you assess your need for medical treatment, provided by The National Heart, Blood And Lung Institute.
  2. Body Mass Index Calculator: An effective quiz gives a numerical value of weight in accordance to height.
  3. Cost of Smoking: What does your smoking habit cost financially? Breaks prices down to monthly and yearly totals.
  4. Health and Fitness Calculator: This health and fitness calculator includes indicators for blood pressure, heart-rate zones, body fat and risk of chronic disease.
  5. Heart Attack Risk Calculator: All you need are your current systolic and HDL and total cholesterol numbers to assess your risk for heart attack.
  6. Heart Attack Risk Calculator: This calculator estimates your 10-year risk of a heart attack or coronary death. It includes recent data from the Framington Heart Study.
  7. Heart Disease: This interactive tool estimates your risk of coronary heart disease and provides personalized tips for prevention.
  8. High Blood Pressure Learning Center: This set of tools helps readers learn more about high blood pressure and its relationship to heart disease and death.
  9. MUSC’s HeartAware Online Heart Risk Assessment: This tool evaluates your risk of cardiovascular disease, including congestive heart disease, in 10-minutes.
  10. Stroke Risk Calculator: This stroke risk calculator can be used to assess your risk of having a stroke within the next 10 years.


  1. Breast Care Quiz: Breast Cancer is currently the second leading killer of American women and the leading cause of death among women 44 to 55. Take this quiz to learn more.
  2. Cancer Basics Quiz: iVillage offers a way to learn more about cancer, and are completely confidential.
  3. Cancer Checklist: From the R.A. Bloch Cancer Foundation. A detailed list of everyday ways of helping to prevent cancer, staying informed of its causes.
  4. Cancer Facts Quiz: Get informed about your cancer risks on this true and false test.
  5. Colon Cancer Quiz: This quiz was prepared by Dr. Waqar Qureshi, professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medicine.
  6. Colorectal Cancer Quiz: A true or false quiz, fast and simple to take to help you make better health choices and take less risks.
  7. Nutrition And Activity Quiz: Another informative quiz by The American Cancer Society. Helps to determine if your lifestyle and eating habits are conducive to helping to prevent cancer.
  8. Ovarian Cancer Awareness Quiz: Are you aware of the signs of ovarian cancer? Get informed here and learn more about the disease.
  9. Signs And Symptoms Of Thyroid Cancer: With nearly 25,000 cases diagnosed this year alone, this quiz may help you to detect a disease that typically shows no early signs.
  10. UICC Cancer Quiz: This quiz is part of the World Cancer Campaign, and tests your knowledge on cancer worldwide.


  1. Are You at Risk of Diabetic Nerve Pain? Find out if you may already have nerve damage by taking this simple test.
  2. Diabetic Eye Disease: Help determine if you are at risk for blindness. Diabetic eye disease is the leading cause of sight-loss.
  3. Diabetes Risk Test: Take this quiz to help you asses your risk for type two diabetes. Provided by The American Diabetes Association.
  4. Diabetes Quiz: Did you know you may not be aware if you have diabetes? Screening is important to assess your risk and you can do so here.
  5. Diabetes Quizzes: This is a goldmine for quizzes about diabetic health. These quizzes were designed to provide facts in a fun way, so don’t sweat the results. You always can take the tests over.
  6. Diabetes Symptoms Quiz: What do you know about the onset of diabetes? Do you think you may be experiencing symptoms?
  7. Diabetes Symptoms Quiz: Another way to learn about diabetes symptoms.
  8. Gestational Diabetes Quiz: If you are pregnant, take this quiz to help determine your risk for gestational diabetes.
  9. How Do I Know If I Have Diabetes? The early stages of diabetes have very few symptoms, so you may not know you have the disease. But damage may already be happening to your eyes, your kidneys and your cardiovascular system even before you notice symptoms.
  10. How Much Do You Know About Diabetes? This quiz provides basic facts about diabetes and this disease’s symptoms.

FitnessMen’s and Women’s Health

  1. Aging Eye Quiz: What is considered normal aging? What changes can women expect with their vision? Find out with this quiz!
  2. Are You Old Before Your Time? This quiz for men reveals your “true age” by measuring the suppleness and activeness of your mind and body.
  3. Do You Know Enough about Men’s Health? Try this free Men’s Health quiz and see how much you really know about important male health issues.
  4. Friend to Friend: The Illinois Women’s Health Campaign has designed this health quiz for women to learn more about women’s health issues.
  5. Men’s Health Quiz: How to Stay Healthy: Take this quiz now to get basic facts about tests that men need to know.
  6. Test Your Knowledge about Women’s Health: This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention test covers a wide variety of issues that pertain to women.
  7. Test Your Knowledge of Men’s Health: The Men’s Center at Bumrungrad International provides a quiz to help anyone learn more about male health issues.
  8. The Men’s Health Quiz: Answer ten questions to find out how much you know about men’s health.
  9. The Prostate Quiz: Learn basic knowledge about prostate health for men.
  10. Women’s Health Quiz: Some diseases are more common among women or affect them in a different way from men. Learn more with this 3SmartCubes quiz.

AutismPsychological Health

  1. Asperger’s Syndrome Test: The table in this page provides a simplified version of the DSM-IV definition, used by professionals to diagnose disorders.
  2. Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) Test: Use this test to help determine if you need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment of ADD or ADHD in an adult.
  3. Autism Spectrum Quotient: Read each of the 50 statements very carefully and state how strongly you agree or disagree. When you’ve answered all the questions, press the ‘Get score’ button at the bottom to see your results.
  4. Goldberg Bipolar Spectrum Screening Questionnaire: A great screening tool used by mental health professionals for bipolar spectrum disorders.
  5. Mental Health Tests: Enjoy this plethora of tests, from addiction to anxiety and from mood disorders to personality disorders.
  6. Narcissism Test: Are you narcissistic? Take this free test to learn more about narcissism.
  7. Personality Disorder Test: This test may help to determine if your symptoms could be from the result of borderline personality disorder.
  8. PMDD Self-Screening Quiz: Do you suffer from severe emotional symptoms associated with menstruation. You may have PMDD. Find out here.
  9. Stress Test: This test is offered by Behavioral Health Concepts, Inc.
  10. Suicide IQ Test: The point of this exercise is to show how suicidal people look at the world, not to give methods.

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