Did you know that men are less likely to seek treatment for health problems than women? Fortunately, there are a few simple steps guys can take to improve their health and longevity. This is the perfect time to set a good example for your loved ones and make your health a priority.
Knowledge is power.
A screening could save your life. Schedule your colon cancer screening today.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer in men and women in the United States, but there are several steps you can take to protect yourself. Knowing your risk, undergoing regular screenings and making healthy choices are just a few ways. Check out these must-know facts, so you can reduce your risk and take charge of your health.
If you’re healthy overall, or if you already visit specialists for different medical conditions, you might not have a primary care provider (PCP). And while passing up primary care – and skipping your annual physical – might seem like it saves time and makes life easier, it can actually lead to stress, confusion and complications over time. But your PCP can actually help you avoid all that. Here are three big reasons to get to know them (and schedule that annual physical you’ve been putting off).
Schedule your cervical screening and put your health first.
When someone you care about needs something, you’re always there for them. Now, it’s time to be that person for yourself and schedule the screening that could actually save your life. Here are a few facts about cervical cancer screening – and why screening is so important: