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Check it. Change it. Control it toolkit

Check it. Change it. Control it toolkit was produced through a collaboration between the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians to address high blood pressure and cholesterol specific to African American families. It answers questions about why it is important to track blood pressure and cholesterol, provides tips for improving lifestyle behaviors and questions to ask a doctor. It also offers resources to help track and control blood pressure and cholesterol.

 

 

Check it. Change it. Control it

Check it.

Change it.

Control it.

Facts about High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol 

Questions to Ask Your Doctor about High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol

High Blood Pressure and Cholesterol are Major Risk Factors for Heart Disease and Stroke

Warning Signs of Heart Attack and Stroke

Check it. Change it. Control it. App for iPhones 

Check it. Change it. Control it. App for Androids

 

 

 

Eat Well For Good Health

Physical Activity for Heart Health

I Will Take Control

 

 

 

For Mobile Devices:

Tools:

Brochures:

Interactive Patient Toolkit 

Interactive Physician Toolkit 

Assessment

 

 

 

 

Discover Apps and Resources that Help You Reach Your Goal

Blood Pressure Tracker

Cholesterol Tracker

Improving My Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Numbers 

What You Need to Know about High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol

Check it. Change it. Control it. Toolkit Brochure for African American Men

Check it. Change it. Control it. Toolkit Brochure for Families

 

 

 

 




Focus Groups with African American Men and Structured Interviews with Health Care Providers - This report summarizes findings from focus groups conducted with African-American men assessing their knowledge, attitude and beliefs about the prevention and control of high blood pressure and findings from the structured interviews conducted with physicians and other health care providers treating African-American men.

 

 

 

Last Updated: 3/2/2017