Welcome to Healthy beyond your 50s.
Here you’ll find useful health and lifestyle information to help you stay physically and mentally fit.
There are a range of health and lifestyle information and services - from assessing your body weight and diet, to risk assessment for such illnesses as diabetes and osteoporosis. There are even checks to assess your anxiety levels and drinking habits.
The pages also offer useful advice on dealing with a host of illnesses and an easy way to find a GP in your area.
We hope you find the webpages useful in monitoring and maintaining your ongoing health and well being.
Do bookmark this page and come back often!
GPQ acknowledges funding by Queensland Health.
All information published on the Healthy beyond your 50s webpages is accurate at the time of publication. While the information on the Healthy beyond your 50s webpage has been researched, reviewed and presented with all due care, the content is provided for general education and information only.
CHECKSelf check and assess your current state of health and look for any symptoms you may have for a variety of physical and mental issues.
The Healthy Aging Quiz helps you decide if your current lifestyle choices are helping you to age well. How active are you? Quiz helps you work out if you’re exercising enough, then whether you need to work out more...
Self check your body weight, eating and drinking habits and anxiety levels or complete more specific checks on such illnesses as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.
All checks will give you a good indication of your health and no check should take longer than a few minutes to complete.
Simply click on the links below and start checking.
LEARNIf a CHECK has highlighted possible signs of a problem, you’ll find specific information on that issue right here.
This section is designed to help you gain valuable knowledge and understanding of any potential condition you may be suffering from, as well as helpful advice on how to deal with it.
FINDOkay, so a CHECK has highlighted a possible problem and you’ve got some valuable insight into what that problem might be in the LEARN section.
Now it’s time to find a local GP who can use the information you provide to further assess the issue and take remedial action if necessary.
And don’t forget to review Questions to Ask your General Practitioner to get the most out of your appointment.