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Colorectal Cancer Screening: Questions for the Doctor

If you’re age 45 to 75 years, get screened (tested) regularly for colorectal cancer. If you’re age 76 to 85 years, ask your doctor if you need to cont ... Read More

Gestational Diabetes Screening: Questions for the Doctor

Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that some people develop during pregnancy. When you have diabetes, there's too much glucose (sugar) in your ... Read More

Hepatitis C Screening: Questions for the Doctor

Everyone age 18 years and older should get tested for hepatitis C at least once in their life. Hepatitis C is a serious liver disease caused by the he ... Read More

Genetic Testing to Learn About Your Risk of Breast and Ovarian Cancer: Questions for the Doctor

If your family has a history of breast or ovarian cancer, it’s a good idea to discuss it with your doctor. That’s because mutations (changes) in ... Read More

Prostate Cancer Screening: Questions for the Doctor

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men in the United States. It’s more common in older men than younger men.Depending on your age and ... Read More

Lung Cancer Screening: Questions for the Doctor

More people in the United States die from lung cancer than any other type of cancer. Most people who develop lung cancer (more than 9 in 10) get it fr ... Read More

Mammograms: Questions for the Doctor

A mammogram is an x-ray picture of the breast to check for breast cancer. Mammograms can help find breast cancer early, before it spreads to other par ... Read More

Medicines to Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke: Questions for the Doctor

Cholesterol and other fats in the blood can block blood vessels in the heart or brain, causing a heart attack or stroke. Statins are medicines that lo ... Read More

Preventing Osteoporosis: Questions for the Doctor

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that makes bones weaker and more likely to break. Anyone can get osteoporosis, but it’s most common in older women. ... Read More

Preventing Preeclampsia: Questions for the Doctor

If you’re pregnant or planning to get pregnant, ask your doctor or midwife about your risk for preeclampsia — also called toxemia. If you’re at h ... Read More

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes: Questions for the Doctor

Diabetes is a leading cause of disability and death in the United States. Having diabetes means the glucose (sugar) levels in your blood are too high. ... Read More

Testing for Latent Tuberculosis: Questions for the Doctor

Tuberculosis (TB) is a serious health condition that usually affects the lungs. When someone is sick with TB, it’s called active TB or TB disease ... Read More

Testing for Syphilis: Questions for the Doctor

Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI), also called a sexually transmitted disease (STD), that you can get during vaginal, anal, or oral s ... Read More

HIV Testing: Questions for the Doctor

HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. If you have HIV (also called being HIV-positive), early treatment can help you live a long, healthy life.The only w ... Read More

Losing Weight: Questions for the Doctor

Losing weight can be challenging. Talk to your doctor or nurse about how to lose weight in a way that’s right for you. What do I ask the doctor? ... Read More
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