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What's New on MyHealth.Alberta.ca

MyHealth.Alberta.ca's New Look

The homepage updates will make it easier to find the information you are looking for. The content itself hasn't changed and is still a trusted source of information. These changes reflect our ongoing commitment to follow new and em​erging best practices.

You can still find specific health conditions, tips for healthy living, or locate a service. You can also learn about medications, tests and treatments.

The homepage updates only show on the desktop version. Updates to the mobile site are coming soon!

New Pages

  • Shovelling snow — gives you some tips to avoid back pain and the stress that can lead to a heart attack.
  • Test anxiety can increase in January when students write final exams and grade 12 diplomas. This page will give students or their parents suggestions on how to deal with the stress and anxiety that comes along with these exams.
  • Smart Utility Meters — Do they affect my health? lets you know about the safety of the new wireless meters used to collect your water, gas, or electricity use.
  • Speech, Language, and Hearing are important at any age. Communication or swallowing problems may make daily activities hard for you or someone you know. There are different types of communication and swallowing problems and many ways to help. Find information here to help you spot problems early on, prevent problems, or get support.

New Videos

  • Advance Care Planning – Each week a new video will be featured about the importance of thinking about, talking about, and documenting your wishes for health care.

On the theme of pregnancy and delivery there are several new videos.

Personal Health Record

You'll soon be able to set up an account to build your own personal health record on MyHealth.Alberta.ca. You'll be able to track your height, weight, allergies, conditions, and more. You’ll also be able to get information from the pharmacy network so you can see a list of your medicine.​​​​​​​