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Annual screenings cut mortality rates by 24% in men and 33% in women.
Individuals with any mental health disorder are 25% less likely to get screened.
“I remember thinking that the story would save lives,” writes Kristen Dahlgren. “I had no idea the life it would save would be my own."
A simple blood test can detect lead poisoning. But in many parts of the country, children aren’t being tested.
Users can receive checkup reminders for cholesterol tests and mammograms, among other benefits.
As Trump administration abortion restrictions force more clinics to close, mortality rates may get worse.
Experts advise screening for those with a personal or family history of breast or ovarian cancer, but not for all women.
Doctors are more likely to order breast and colorectal cancer screenings earlier in the day.
Did you know that oral cancer kills one person per hour every day in the U.S.?
Tuesday, May 15, marks the debut of the annual National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day. Coordinated by the Latino Commission on AIDS, this i...
Only 23 states cover routine HIV screening under their Medicaid programs, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) report.
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-rela...
The number of Americans, and especially Latinos, being screened for common cancers has fallen below national targets, according to...
Latinos are lagging behind on getting a health screening that could save their lives—they’re far less likely than their white counterpar...
In America, it’s well known that race and ethnicity affect who gets colon cancer screenings. But now it appears that where people live also de...
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