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Just starting out with the app and I like it, so far; but they should add a some form of confirmation button ( or option to toggle on/off); when taking quizzes. I have very large hands, and often suffer from “Fat Finger” issues of accidentally touching an adjacent item; when reaching for the item that I actually want to select. It was somewhat frustrating; when answering a question about the best beverage to consume, to help with a New Year’s fitness / weight loss resolution. Reaching for the obvious answer of “Water”, I was surprised when I saw that the adjacent answer of “Alcohol” had been selected.
I really did like the app, but now I have to enter my email each time, which is a long,complicated address so I just don't do it most days anymore. Very sad because I used to really look forward to learning from the daily quizzes and testing my knowledge. There is no option to change my email so I am stuck with the one there already.
HealthIQ is used by my organization as a way of engaging people to make better health, fitness, and lifestyle choices. I've enjoyed using it, and find that there's hardly been a survey where I haven't learned something. I've recommended HealthIQ to friends and family. Surveys, scores, friends, and other information is easy to find.
I get points from my wellness provider for taking quizzes. It is frustrating when there is not a new DAILY quiz to take. There used to be prizes at each new badge, but many of those went away before anyone acquired the points to earn them. The ranking is currently 2 places off the true ranking. I want to change to a different password, but there is no way to do that. Getting help when something goes wrong (my app has been stuck on the same error cover page for almost a week, now) takes forever. This was once a great app.
I'm unable to add a photo to my profile and I am not able to add tips to quizzes. Also, none of my scores ever show up on the leader board. They show up in my profile but within each quiz my score is always 0. I've mentioned this to the company before with no update to it.
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Health IQ has 202 user reviews.
Health IQ has an average rating of 4.2.
The latest version of Health IQ (1.25.17) was released on Oct 04, 2019.
You can download Health IQ here:.
Discover your Health IQ by taking our short, 5 minute quiz. Taken by over 1 million people and featured in the Wall Street Journal, Wired, and more. Earn free rewards and recognition for getting an elite score. Developed with Harvard medical school faculty, Yogis, Certified Trainers, Registered Dietitians, and other experts. Health IQ is not just
one quiz but it also lets you assess your level of health knowledge on a new quiz each day.
■ Priority Boarding on Your Next Flight
■ Your Name in the NYTimes
■ Tickets to the CrossFit Games
■ CLEAR Yearly Pass
■ Personalized Health Coaching
■ “Like Candy Crush for health”
■ "I love learning so much new information and reviewing old facts to help me stay healthy.”
■ “I like learning about this. I take pride in that my family eats whole wheat and blueberries for antioxidants. I hate going to WebMD because it’s usually when I am looking up something that is wrong. This is different though, this is positive.”
■ “Intriguing, a lot of good information about health”
■ "Extremely educational and helpful! Love it!"
Developed for over 2 years, Health IQ surveyed 500,000 health conscious people in the US to find the knowledge that they tended to know and use to manage their health across nutrition, medical and exercise topics, resulting in the most comprehensive measure of health knowledge. In addition to our main 30 question quiz you can also take on our 500 daily quizzes on topics such as:
■ Fitness: Tips for Strength Training
■ Food Nutrients: Best Sources
■ Blood Sugar: Ending Your Addiction to Sugar
■ Diets: Eating Vegetarian at Fast Food Restaurants
■ Cooking: Techniques to Preserve Nutrients
■ Calorie Counting: Best Choices for Breakfast
■ Skin Health: Daily Habits for Skin Health
■ Food Nutrients: How Foods Impact Mood
■ Metabolism: Effects of Exercise
■ Food Nutrients: Best Way to Eat Greens
■ Eating Hacks: At McDonalds, Taco Bell, etc
■ Calorie Counting: How Many Do People Really Need?
■ Eating Hacks: Snacking
■ Diets: Switching to a Vegetarian Diet
■ Stress: Finances and Your Health
■ Yoga: Health Benefits
■ Strength Training: Forms and Techniques
■ Exercise: Core Workouts
■ Strength Training: Leg Day
■ Heart Disease: Reducing Risks
■ Brain Health: Mental Alertness
■ Pregnancy: Fetal Development
■ Exercise: Home Exercises for Building Strength
■ Yoga: Fundamentals
■ Thyroid: Hypothyroid
■ Vitamins: D
■ Paleo: Foods
■ CrossFit: Fundamentals of Crossfit
■ 500+ more!
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