Annual Exam - Even if you feel fine, you should still have a health screening every year. This is a good time to get your numbers checked such as cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, thyroid and PSA.
Mammogram -Getting a mammogram can help find breast cancer early. Women age 40 and older should get a mammogram every year.
Colonoscopy - Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths. If you are 50 or older, talk with your doctor about getting a colonoscopy.
PAP - Getting a pap smear every year can help find anything that may lead to cancer. Take time to schedule a pap smear.
Flu - The best way to prevent the seasonal flu is to get the flu shot. Getting a flu shot every year is very important.
Pneumonia - Pneumonia can be serious. Talk to your doctor to see if the pneumonia shot is right for you.
Smoking - If you want to stop smoking, talk to your doctor. There are medicines and programs that may help you.
Immunizations (Schedule and Record) - Children and adults need immunizations to maintain good health. Check out the immunization Schedule.
Vision Screening - Children should have their eyes checked every year. This will make sure they are seeing the way they should.