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Your Guide to Health Screenings

What, When and Why


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Screenings depend on hereditary health also Report
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This is great! Thank you! Report
Great information! Report
Part of taking care of ourselves is getting help from others. Report
definitely this needs to be a MUST READ!!! Report
Just like caring for your car:regular checkups! Report
Wise advice preventative medicine ! Report
Really important to get screenings! Thank you! Report
Embrace good body care! Good article, thanks SP. Report
These are not accurate. Talk to your doctor. Report
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Best of luck to everyone!
I don't understand the connection between hypertension and diabetes as you can have one without the other. Report
Good info. As a registered independent dental hygienist I would also like to see included head,neck and oral cancer screening, available from your registered dental hygienist. Report
I have never had an eye exam, except an eye chart when I was a child or at the DMV. Completely unnecessary unless you are having trouble.

My family has never had dental insurance, and dental work is wicked expensive. I try to go every 2-3 years, but that's as good as it gets. They are requiring dental checkups for enrollment in kindergarten here now, but I think this is ridiculous. Many children are not going to tolerate this without sedation, which is not even covered by insurance. Report

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