Tools: Health assessments

  • BMI healthy weight calculator

    BMI healthy weight calculator

    BMI is good way to check if you are a healthy weight. Use our BMI calculator to check the whole family and find helpful information and advice. BMI is a measure of whether you're a healthy weight for your height.

  • Sexual health self-assessment

    Safe sex tool

    Is your sex life putting your health at risk? Take the safe sex test and find out more.

  • Mole self-assessment

    Mole assessment

    Could you have a cancerous mole and not know it? Use this tool to find out more. This tool is for information only and is not intended to replace a consultation with a GP.

  • Meningitis symptom alert

    Meningitis Symptom Alert

    Meningitis is a very serious illness but if treated quickly most children make a full recovery. This symptom alert helps you to recognise the signs and includes a printable checklist.

  • Football Fan Fitness Challenge

    World Cup Football Fan FC

    Test your fitness and see how you rank in the World Cup health league. Play daily World Cup challenges to boost your value and help get your chosen team to the top of the table.

  • Football fan weight league table

    Football fan league table

    Check how your football team is doing on the weight front with the latest results in the NHS Football Fan Fitness Challenge league table.

  • Depression self-assessment test

    Depression self assessment

    If you've been feeling low or down about things, take this short test to find out if you're suffering from depression. Provides advice and links to getting help if you need it.

  • Healthy eating self-assessment

    Healthy Eating

    Could your diet be putting your health at risk? Find out with this short assessment of your eating habits.

  • Skin conditions slideshow

    Skin conditions

    Use this slideshow to identify common skin conditions and problems including psoriasis, ecezma, acne, athletes foot and rashes.

Lose weight

For a healthy weight, eat well and get active. Find out how to get started and keep going.

How much exercise?

Recommended activity levels for children and adults for general health, including simple ideas to incorporate exercise into your life.