Your Health Matters

We encourage you to schedule health-related screenings to stay ahead of the game when it comes to your well-being.

When you should you get screened for certain illnesses and conditions? Here's a handy list:

  • Colorectal Cancer: If you are 50 – 75 years old, get tested.  The schedule depends on the type of test used. 
  • Lung Cancer: If you are 50 – 80 years old and a heavy smoker or past smoker who quit within the last 15 years, get a low-dose CT scan every year. 
  • Blood Pressure: If you are 40 years or older you should be screened annually for high blood pressure.  Those 18 – 40 years old should be screened every 3-5 years. 
  • Diabetes: If you are 40-70 years old and over or obese you should be screened for abnormal blood glucose levels. 
  • Cholesterol: If you are 20 – 40 years or older your cholesterol levels should be checked every 4 – 6 years.  Those older than 40 may need to be screened more often. 
  • Prostate Cancer: Talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks to determine if you should be screened. 
  • Cervical Cancer: If you are 21-65 years old, you should be screened for cervical cancer every 3 years. Women 30-65 years old should also be screened every 5 years with high-risk human papillomavirus (hrHPV) testing. 
  • Mammography: If you are 40 years old or older, you should have a mammogram annually. 
  • Clinical Breast Exam: If you are 25-39 years old, you should have a clinical breast exam every 1-3 years.  Those 40 years old or older should have a clinical breast exam annually. 
  • Osteoporosis Screening: If you are 65 years or older, bone-density screening may be recommended based on your fracture risk. 

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