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Helen Bishop, 90, has spent a third of her life with the same primary care provider, building a relationship of respect and trust between doctor and patient.
RSV tends to be just as serious an illness as flu for older adults, yet not many people are aware of it.
An annual physical exam typically includes bloodwork. Learn more about routine blood tests, what they measure and why they are important.
Honesty is the best policy, particularly when having a conversation with your doctor. Being truthful about your lifestyle is essential for your health and safety.
Do your fingers and toes change color or become painful when exposed to the cold? You could have a common vascular condition known as Raynaud’s syndrome.
Routine primary care in your 20s, 30s and beyond is the best way to catch problems early, and potentially prevent diseases from developing in the first place.
It’s easy to overlook annual visits to a doctor when you’re healthy and in your 20s. But spending time each year with a clinician who monitors subtle changes could greatly impact the course of chronic illness or disease decades later.
Most women understand the value of seeing an OB/GYN every year. Learn why a woman’s health involves much more than her gynecologic health.