Our new Health Assessment Tool represents a further commitment on our part to provide the diabetes community another tool to help them manage their disease and offer solutions to better their lifestyle.
Mount Laurel, NJ (Vocus) November 29, 2010
DiabetesCare.net - the fastest growing, advertising-free diabetes resource on the internet – announced today the launch of the latest tool in its expanding health tool library: an overall Health Assessment Tool.
Users of DiabetesCare.net's new Health Assessment Tool will answer simple questions about their weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, tobacco and alcohol use, daily nutrition, family health, injury history, fitness habits, and their overall well-being, and in-turn be presented with a "Personal Wellness Score" that will offer ways they can improve their health, including goals they have set. The report also includes a "Doctor's Chart Report" that can be saved in PDF form for easy printing and/or emailing to the user's healthcare professional.
DiabetesCare.net Managing Editor Mike Boyle commented, "Our new Health Assessment Tool represents a further commitment on our part to provide the diabetes community another tool to help them manage their disease and offer solutions to better their lifestyle."
Boyle added, "With the debut of our new Health Assessment Tool, DiabetesCare.net's home page also gets a make-over with our new diabetes "Tip of the Day" and "Definition of the Day" features, plus an interactive weekly poll visitors can participate in."
DiabetesCare.net’s free-to-use library of tools also includes a Nutrition Tracker, with over 40,000 food items for tracking daily food intake and carbohydrates consumed; an Exercise Tracker that tracks over 80 different daily exercise activities for visitors; a Blood Glucose Tracker; a BMI (Body Mass Index) Calculator; and an A1C Conversion Tool.
DiabetesCare.net, which launched earlier this year, on Feb. 1, also features recipes for its visitors -- a key component for them as they look for ways to manage their diabetes -- plus helpful short- and long-form videos with tips for people living with diabetes and much more.
Lastly, DiabetesCare.net, complete with a medical panel that regularly reviews the material on the website and suggests improvements to its tools, is free to all users and contains no commercial advertising whatsoever, which means no bias, just useful information and support.
For more information about DiabetesCare.net, visit the website now at http://www.DiabetesCare.net, or contact Managing Editor/Webmaster Mike Boyle at mike(at)DiabetesCare(dot)net or 866-503-6637.