Quick Guide and Directory

Health and Medical Tools

This is a guide and directory for useful health and medical tools provided by third party trustworthy websites.

Health is the most important thing that a human being cares about. He considers it as his personal and top priority in most cases, and always looks for ways and styles to keep it on the correct track. From here comes the usefulness of online health and medical tools, which enables the concerns to be addressed without the need to pay visits to hospitals and healthcare centres, especially, if it is just for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, or continuous monitoring of a current condition.
Please note that by clicking the relative links, you will be visiting third party sites.

Here, we compiled an online different purpose serving health and medical tools from reliable and trusted websites, who provide them free of charge for the public.

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Thess tools do not provide medical advice. It is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on Biomedresearches (bmr'S) Website. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or your country emergency number, and seek assistance.
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WebMD Symptom Checker with Body MAP

Identify possible conditions and treatment related to your symptoms.

This tool is the property of WebMD
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MyHealthfinder

See which screening tests and vaccines you need to stay healthy.

This tool is the property of health.gov
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Calories burned

Use this estimator to find out how many calories you burn doing your favorite activities.

This tool is the property of merckmanuals.com
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BMI Calculator

Body mass index (BMI) measures body fat. Your BMI is based on your height and weight.

This tool is the property of familydoctor.org
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Pregnancy (Due Date) Calculator

This tool will give you a rough idea of when your baby should be born (If you know the date of the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP), or have already had your first ultrasound scan)

This tool is the property of patient.info
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Drug Interaction Checker

From RxList

Type in a generic or a brand name drug and select from the list. Add as many prescription drugs or OTC drugs as you'd like. When you're done, check for possible drug interactions.
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Drug Interaction Categories (As described by RxList)

CONTRAINDICATED.
Never use this combination of drugs because of high risk for dangerous interaction.

SERIOUS.
Potential for serious interaction; regular monitoring by your doctor required or alternate medication may be needed.

SIGNIFICANT.
Potential for significant interaction (monitoring by your doctor is likely required).

MINOR.
Interaction is unlikely, minor, or nonsignificant.

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Get 24/7 care right from your Device

It has been said: A picture is worth a thousand words, but what about mobile health app’s ? In this case, and sometimes, they might save life’s or at least help to maintain in a good shape.The power of mobile app’s to convey tools to overcome health conditions cannot be neglected.

Short list of Apps for Your Overall Health: (Links to download for Apple and Android is available through websites)

  • Fooducate : Track what you eat and your activities.
  • Happify : For Stress & Worr‪y - Activities & Meditation.‬
  • MyFitnessPa‪l‬ : Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker.
  • 8Fit : Workouts & Meal Planne‪r‬ - Fitness & nutrition.
  • SleepCycle : Sleep Cycle - Sleep Tracke‪r‬.
  • Drugs.com : Medication Guide & various apps‬.
  • MindDoc : Mental health app.
  • Clue Period, Ovulation Tracke‪r‬ : Cycle, Fertility, Pregnancy
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