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NHS launches online 'LifeCheck' tool

The UK's Department of Health has announced the launch of NHS 'LifeCheck' – an online tool to determine an individual's personalised health priorities

The UK's Department of Health (DH) has announced the launch of NHS 'LifeCheck' – an online tool to determine an individual's personalised health priorities.

Available from the NHS Choices website, participants are asked a series of questions concerning age, lifestyle and physical attributes to generate a health profile.

LifeCheck then offers health tips tailored to the individual's responses, with goals prioritised to a person's most important needs.

"Getting clear, reliable information that's relevant to our own circumstances can be a challenge," said health minister, Simon Burns. "By giving advice which is personalised and suggesting achievable goals it encourages people to think about how simple lifestyle changes can improve their own health and that of their families."

2nd June 2011

From: Healthcare

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