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Category Archives: Chronic Illnesses

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New guidelines for Breast cancer screening for women 40-74 years

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has issued updated guidelines for breast cancer screening, recommending biennial screenings for women starting at age 40. This guidance applies to cisgender women and individuals assigned female at...

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Men’s Health Screenings: What Every Man Should Know and When to...

Preventive health care is important for maintaining good health and preventing serious health conditions. Regular health screenings are an essential part of preventive care, and can help detect health issues early when they are more treatable. Here...

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How Urgent Family Care Clinics are Helping to Reduce Emergency Room...

Emergency rooms (ERs) have long been the go-to destination for people who need medical attention quickly, but not necessarily for life-threatening emergencies. However, ERs can become overcrowded, leading to long wait times and delays in treatment....

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Acute and Chronic Illnesses: Understanding the Differences and Implications

Illnesses are a fact of life. From the common cold to more severe conditions like diabetes and cancer, they can affect anyone, anytime, anywhere. However, not all illnesses are created equal. Some are short-lived and relatively easy to treat, while...

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