ReCHARGE with Strawberries - Health History Questionnaire

Currently Recruiting for the ReCHARGE with Strawberries Study!

**DO NOT submit questionnaire if you were found to be ineligible for the study**


Thank you for your time and participation. At this time, you are not eligible to complete the health history questionnaire.

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b. please indicate below how many drinks and the type of drinks you typically consume in a week:

fluid ounces (12 fl oz is 1 can of beer)
fluid ounces (5 fluid oz is a glass of wine)
fluid ounces (1.5 fluid oz is one shot)

Please indicate below how much of each type of drink you consume in an average day (1cup=8oz):

fluid ounces (1 can=12oz; fountain drinks vary from 8-32oz)

What two beverages do you currently drink most frequently?


The following question relates to your physical activity. Please refer to the information below when answering this question.


Low= requires minimal to no effort with no change in heart rate e.g. walking slowly, sitting at computer, standing light work (cooking, washing dishes), stretching, fishing, playing catch, light yard/house work

Mod= requires a moderate amount of effort and causes increased breathing with a moderate increase in heart rate e.g. walking briskly, heavy cleaning (washing windows, vacuuming, mopping), mowing lawn, bicycling lightly, hiking, recreational swimming.

High= requires a large amount of effort and causes rapid breathing and a substantial increase in heart rate e.g. jogging/running, mountain climbing, bicycling more than 10mph, step aerobics, jump roping, treading water.

If YES, please complete the following information regarding your regular physical activity/exercise routine. (separate answers with commas, e.g. walking, 30 minutes, 2 times, low)

Activity                    Timer per occasion        Times Per Week      Intensity

example:walking     30 minutes                     2 times                   *low, mod. or high?

a. Pneumonia *
b. Collapsed Lung *
c. Emphysema *
d. Tuberculosis *
e. Chronic Bronchitis *
f. Asthma *
g. Allergies *
h. Other respiratory problems *
a. Heart Attack *
b. Hypertension (high blood pressure) *
c. Hypotension (low blood pressure) *
d. Angina (chest pain) *
e. Shortness of breath *
f. Other heart problems: *
a. Hepatitis *
b. Liver disease *
c. Ulcerative colitis/regional enteritis (Crohn's disease) *
d. Diverticulosis/Diverticulitis *
e. Gallbladder disease *
f. Hemorrhoids *
g. Pancreatitis *
h. Inflammatory bowel disease *
i. Peptic/duodenal ulcer *
j. Spastic colon (irritable bowel disease) *
k. Colon polyps *
l. Dysphagia (Difficulty swallowing) *
m. Other Gastrointestinal problems: *
a. Type I Diabetes *
b. Type II Diabetes *
c. Hyperthyroid (overactive thyroid) *
d. Hypothyroid (underactive thyroid) *
e. Gout *
f. High blood cholesterol/triglycerides/lipids *
g. Elevated blood sugar/insulin resistance/'pre-diabetic' *
h. Other metabolic/endocrine condition: *
a. Stroke *
b. Parkinson's disease *
c. Seizures *
d. Other neurological disorders: *
a. Depression *
b. Substance abuse *
c. Cancer *
d. Food allergies *
e. Vision problems *
f. Hormone replacement therapy *
g. Blood disorder *

*Please Note: All information obtained in this health history questionnaire will remain CONFIDENTIAL.

Thank you!


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