Your Health Resources

familydoctor.org health resources include a medical dictionary, Body Mass Index calculator, symptom checker tool, immunization schedules for all ages, nutrient…

Drugs, Procedures & Devices

Using an Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor

If you have high blood pressure, you may need to wear an ambulatory blood pressure monitor. It takes and records…

Nasal Sprays: How to Use Them Correctly

Nasal sprays are liquid medicines you spray into your nose to help relieve congestion. Using nasal sprays the correct way…

Ultrasound During Pregnancy

A fetal ultrasound is a test that uses sound waves to create an image of your unborn baby on a…

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Health Tools

Neighborhood Navigator

Familydoctor.org’s Neighborhood Navigator is an interactive tool that connects you to community resources and programs in your neighborhood. With more than 40,000 social services listed by zip code, you can find local services related to: Food Housing Transportation Employment aid Legal

Developing a Care Plan

Everybody has a health history. It’s important to record this history all in one place. This is done with complete…

Nutrient Shortfall Questionnaire

It is common for people to be lacking in nutrients. This can happen if your body doesn’t get enough of…

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Healthcare Management

Developing a Care Plan

Everybody has a health history. It’s important to record this history all in one place. This is done with complete…

Family Doctor vs. Quick-care Clinic

A quick-care clinic or urgent care facility does not take the place of a visit to your family doctor. However,…

Advance Directives and Do Not Resuscitate Orders

An advance directive is a legal document. It tells your doctor and family what kind of medical care you want…

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