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Preventive Healthcare Guidelines | Preventive Health Screening Charts

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Don't wait until it is too late. Detect chronic disease or health problem early for better cure and prevention of complications. Some very commonly prevalent conditions like blood pressure, diabetes and cancer give no early warning signs unless you go for a routine medical check-up. Detecting them late may lead to grave consequences.

. Preventive Health - Screening Tests  & charts

Medindia's

Preventive Healthcare or Health Screening Guidelines

is a screening chart specific for each age group and differ between men and women. Always remember - prevention is better than cure, so in your own interest find out what is recommended for your age and sex. Once you key in your information, the carefully recommended screening tests are formatted in an easy to follow chart.

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Health Tips for Disease Prevention

  • Make sure you get right vaccinations at right time. Immunization helps prevent diseases.
  • Be physically active and maintain a healthy weight. Obesity is the cause of many heart diseases. By maintaining a proper diet you are making sure that you live a longer and healthy life.
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption. They reduce your lifetime greatly.
  • If you are sexually active, always use preventive measures to avoid contracting Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). Undertake screening tests for STDs regularly.
  • Foods rich in Vitamin B12 and Folic acid when taken during pregnancy can help prevent birth defects.
  • Medical check-up is very much useful in obtaining health insurance.

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