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Check-up Checklist: How to Pick a Primary Care Physician

Having a general practice doctor is a must for a long and healthy life. But while health issues often arise in one’s...

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Comprehensive Screening Saves Lives for Older Women of Color

Women learn to be alert about breast cancer at a young age, for good reason. Only lung cancer is deadlier, and routine...

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Community Partnerships Bring Focus to Depression and Dementia

It’s normal to grow forgetful or distracted with age. But repeatedly forgetting the same things—or getting increasingly...

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What’s Normal in Lab Results?

Everyone wants to do well on a test, but there’s no need to study for routine lab work. However, you should be...

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Small Steps Make a Difference in Changing Health Habits

Family history is important in weighing the risk of disease, but genes alone do not dictate health. Your health habits...

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Prevent Blindness and See Clearly with Regular Eye Exams

Did you know that all seniors, regardless of health status, should have an eye exam at least every two years? And some,...

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If You Have a Cervix, Get Screened for Cervical Cancer

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness month. If you’re over 65 you may be wondering if you still need to be screened...

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Safe and Sound: Home Safety Advice for Seniors

Nobody wants to spend time in the emergency room after an in-home accident that could have been prevented. That’s why...

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You Don’t Have to Suffer with Seasonal Depression

Fall brings lovely orange, red, and yellow landscapes as leaves turn color. Winter brings peaceful snowy scenes. We...

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