University of Michigan Health Management Research Center


Personal Health Report

You've taken the first step toward improving your health by completing your health risk assessment questionnaire!

The report below is only a sample for demonstration purposes. It is always the same and is unrelated to any answers given in the questionnaire.

Last update: Nov 26, 2015; 5:29:39 EST Serial: W0000000


Averages were used for your missing: height

This HRA is not a substitute for a medical exam. If you have health concerns, or your personal health report raises questions, make an appointment with your doctor to talk about your results.


Top 3 areas to improve or maintain your health right now! Physical Activity
* Congratulations! You might not need to improve in this area, but it takes work to maintain your healthy habits. Keep it up.

Wellness Score
0 Your score is 82 100
0 Your previous score was 78 (May 9, 2015) 100

A wellness score can range from 50 to 100, with 100 being the best. The score is influenced by your current health practices, health conditions and your use of preventive medical services. Your score will go up as you improve each of these areas. Age: 43
Sex: Male

What you're doing well:
* You do not use tobacco.   * You eat a low fat/low cholesterol diet.
* You drink little or no alcohol.   * You have good overall physical health.
* Your blood pressure is under 120/80.   * You have a regular rectal exam.
* You use a safety belt all the time.   * You have a regular prostate exam.
* You travel close to speed limit.   * You have a positive outlook on life.
What you can do better:
* Stay within your healthy weight range.   * Learn your HDL level.
* Increase your physical activity level.   * Talk to your health professional about routine preventive services:
Tetanus booster shot, Cholesterol test
* Learn your cholesterol level.  

Heart Health
1 Previous
Cigarette Smoking 22222 Non-smoker
Blood Pressure 22222 Less than 120/80
1 120/80
Cholesterol 2 Unsure Less than 200
Weight 2 247 lbs Ideal 117-154
Goal 185-216*
1 251 lbs
High Intensity
Physical Activity
2 0-1x At least 3x/week
1 0-1x
<===> High
* Based on your present weight, your current goal is the first stage in reaching the healthy weight for men and women set by national guidelines.

Health Behaviors, Medical Conditions, and Disease

Now Goal
Heart Health
Blood pressure   Normal   Less than 120/80
Diabetes   Do not have diabetes   Maintain healthy lifestyle
Weight   247 lbs   185-216 lbs*
Cholesterol   Unsure   Less than 200
HDL   Unknown   At least 60
Exercise   Exercise occasionally   Exercise frequently
Cigarette smoker   Non-smoker   Non-smoker
Traffic accident
Miles driven per year   11-15,000 car   Drive defensively
Seat belt usage   100%   100%
Speed limit   Within 5 mph of limit   Within 5 mph of limit
Cirrhosis of liver
Alcohol   0 drink(s) per week   No more than two drinks a day
Blood pressure   Normal   Less than 120/80
Cigarette smoker   Non-smoker   Non-smoker
Diabetes   Do not have diabetes   Maintain healthy lifestyle
Diabetes mellitus
Diabetes   Do not have diabetes   Maintain healthy lifestyle

Physical Activity

Where you are
<1 time/week
Your target
30 minutes, most days per week

Stay physically active! It is the best thing you can do for your mind and body.

  • Being active for 30 minutes on most days is important for good health.
  • Vary your activities to prevent injury and boredom. Rotate between intense and light exercise days.
  • As you grow older your muscles and joints may become sore and stiff more easily. Warm-up and cool down for five minutes to increase circulation and reduce injury.
  • Do strength training two times a week to improve balance, to preserve bone density and to improve endurance.
  • Regular stretching increases flexibility.
  • Physical activity includes structured fitness and recreational activities as well as "lifestyle" activities such as house, garden and yard work.
  • Keep a record of your daily activity to stay on track.


Where you are
247 pounds
Your target
185-216 pounds*

Maintaining a healthy weight reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, gallbladder disease and diabetes. Overweight people have more complications from illness than people who are in a healthy weight range.

  • Good nutrition not only helps control weight but enhances your energy and health.
  • Choose a diet low in fat, especially saturated fat and cholesterol.
  • Consume plenty of vegetables, fruits and grain products.
  • Use sugars in moderation.
  • Regular physical activity helps you to maintain a healthy weight.

* Based on your present weight, your current goal is the first stage in reaching the healthy weight for men and women set by national guidelines.



Where you are
Low Stress
Your target
A balanced life

Celebrate the well-being, satisfaction and control in your life that you have by better handling your stress.

Stress is your body's response to the demands of daily living. Any event can be stressful, whether it is positive or negative. How you handle stress determines its effect.

To continue to stay on track:

  • Stay aware of your stress and what triggers it.
  • Take time to relax each day in whatever way works for you.
  • Talk with someone you trust about your feelings.
  • Eat well and eat regularly. Good nutrition is important.
  • Aim to be physically active in some way every day.


Where you are
Non-user of tobacco
Your target
Non-user of tobacco

Congratulations! You are one of the over 200 million Americans who choose the healthy, tobacco-free lifestyle.

  • As a non-tobacco-user, you have lowered chances of lung cancer, heart disease and stroke.
  • Avoid secondhand smoke which is known to cause cancer. Choose non-smoking public areas.
  • Support loved ones or friends if they try to quit smoking.

Blood Pressure

Where you are
Your target
Less than 120/80

Recheck your blood pressure in the next few weeks to confirm your reading. High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and vision problems, and it often has no symptoms.

  • Check and monitor your blood pressure regularly.
  • Consult your doctor about the cause of your high blood pressure and ways to control it.
  • Avoid activities like heavy lifting which cause you to strain and hold your breath.
  • Learn and practice ways to manage anger and stress.
  • Lifestyle factors such as overweight, no physical activity, alcohol use and smoking could lead to high blood pressure.


Where you are
0 drink(s) per week
Your target
No more than two drinks a day

Drink responsibly if you ever drink alcohol occasionally as a part of social activities. Most adults may be able to drink moderate amounts of alcohol--up to two drinks per day for men--and avoid alcohol-related problems.

You should not drink at all:

  • If you plan to drive
  • If you take certain medications, including over-the-counter medicines
  • If you have medical conditions that can be worsened by drinking
  • If you are a recovering alcoholic

If you ever think alcohol is becoming a problem for someone close to you or for you, get help.



Where you are
Cholesterol: Unsure
HDL: Unsure
Your target
Cholesterol less than 200
HDL greater than 60

Maintaining your cholesterol level reduces the risk of developing heart disease.

  • The higher your HDL cholesterol level (the good cholesterol), the better.
  • Frequent exercise may raise levels of HDL.
  • Regular exercise, not smoking, a healthy weight and eating low-fat foods contribute to good cholesterol management.

Safety Belt

Where you are
Your target
100% safety belt use

Congratulations for deciding to wear your safety belt.

  • Don't drink if you plan to drive and don't drive after drinking.
  • Never place the shoulder belt under your arm. In a collision you may break a rib, causing a puncture of the lung or heart.
  • Wearing your safety belt sends a positive message to children and other passengers to buckle up as well.

Medical Self-Care

You reported no diseases or health problems.

If you have any health concerns that are not addressed in your health risk appraisal, please discuss them with your physician. You alone are responsible for your health!

  • Schedule an annual physical exam and regular check-ups. They could save your life! Early detection of a disease or illness increases your chance of a positive outcome.
  • Inform all doctors (including your dentist) about your medications and nutritional supplements to make sure they are being used appropriately.
  • Keep a record of any changes in your life and health, such as physical activity, eating habits, sleep, health symptoms and emotional well-being.
  • Lead a healthy life. Eat well, be physically active, limit alcohol intake, avoid tobacco and keep a positive outlook. Be the best you can be!

Life Satisfaction

Even if you are satisfied with your life, there are ways to avoid an unbalanced life. Balancing your life leads to better health and higher life satisfaction.

  • Positive thinking is good for your physical and mental well-being.
  • Set some priorities, and do what you can when you can.
  • Find ways to continuously improve the quality of your relationships with family and with others.

You may want to seek help if you have several of these symptoms over two weeks: persistent sadness; insomnia, early morning awakening or oversleeping; weight change; feelings of guilt, hopelessness or worthlessness; fatigue; irritability; loss of pleasure in activities once enjoyed; or difficulty concentrating or making decisions.

You can reach your health goals!

More Information . . .

See your physician and make sure you are up-to-date with your preventive service exams. Below is a summary of the how you're doing on some of the most important services.

|_| Tetanus booster shot   |_| Cholesterol test
|X| Blood pressure   |X| Rectal examination
( |X| = Good job, you're up-to-date! )
Other generally recommended services for your age and sex:
Dental exam   Eye exam for glaucoma

Seek expert assistance in making and maintaining a positive lifestyle. Call the health promotion department at your work or in your community, or take a look at these sites we think you'll find helpful.

Department of Health and Human Services   877-696-6775

This Health Risk Assessment is not a substitute for a medical exam. If you have any health concerns or if the report raises questions, please consult your physician or health professional to review the results with you.

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