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4 sites to give yourself a checkup

From worries about minor aches and pains to other serious ailments, the Internet offers a wealth of health information. Unfortunately, much of it comes from questionable sources.

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Well, now you don't have to worry what's what. I've rounded up some sites that are reputable.

While these sites won't replace a professional opinion from a doctor, they can help you do a little research and health tracking on the side.

MedHelp Blood Pressure Checker - The blood pressure tracker helps you keep a journal of your readings. You can record daily symptoms, track medications and treatments. You can even print out a copy of your tracker to share with your doctor.

Physician's Desktop Reference - In this desktop reference, you'll find a wealth of detailed information on prescription drugs. You can learn about proper dosages, potential side effects and substances to avoid while taking certain medications.

The Mayo Clinic Symptom Checker - Head to this site for worries about minor aches and pains to serious ailments.

Start by choosing a symptom and then answer a couple of questions about the symptom. You'll see a list of possible causes. It will help you decide when it's time to see a doctor.

The Longevity Game - Nobody can predict how long any of us has to live, but there are plenty of things you can do to increase your life expectancy.

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