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Health Starts With Proactive Prevention

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Staying healthy starts with proactive prevention.  One of the easiest ways to be proactive is to keep up with your suggested medical check-ups.  Staying up to date with important check-ups is one easiest things you can do to stay healthy and prevent disease and disability. Click on the link below to view a simple guide for scheduling your most important health screenings.

  • Blood Pressure Measurement: at least every two (2) years
  • Cholesterol Test: Every five (5) years starting at age 20
  • Blood Glucose Test: Every three (3) years starting at age 45
  • Thyroid Test (TSH): Every five (5) years starting at age 35
  • Eye Exam: Every two (2) to three (3) years starting at age 18
  • Hearing Test: Every ten (10) years starting at age 18
  • Skin Exam: Annually starting at age 20
  • Colonoscopy: Every ten (10) years starting at age 50
  • Mammogram: Starting at age 40 every one (1) to two (2) years
  • Prostate Exam: Annually starting at age 45
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