healtheo360 Wellness Blog
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently released a report indicating that eight million US women have not been tested for cervical cancer in the last 5 years. Screenings and vaccinations are a key component of cervical cancer and HPV prevention, and it is estimated that in 50% of cervical cancer cases the patient did not have regular screenings.
Medical Tests For Women Of Every Age
Getting medical tests can be a nuisance and maybe even a little (very) scary, but this highly preventative practice is enough to shake off the minor inconvenience and understandable apprehension in order to maintain your health. Medical testing has become a vital part of our healthcare system with a start that dates back over 3,000 years. Diagnosing certain diseases early on can allow you the opportunity to treat and/or prevent the disease from progressing. It can be overwhelming to think about how many tests exist, but there are some standard ones to take. Below is an important list of screenings and tests for women of different age groups.