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Breast Cancer Screening

The current guidelines of the United States Preventive Services Task Force recommend mammograms for average risk women every two years from ages 50 – 74. Mammography for women in their…

Cholesterol Screening

We recommend routine screening for cholesterol every five years for healthy adults. Unless your practitioner has instructed you to fast, you do not need to be fasting for cholesterol screening….

Colon Cancer Screening

Colon cancer is one of the few cancers which can be prevented by screening. Starting at age 50, colonoscopy is recommended every 10 years. An alternative to colonoscopy is yearly…

Diabetic Care

Diabetes is a chronic condition characterized by abnormal blood sugar metabolism. The mainstays of treatment include proper diet, regular exercise, medications, and monitoring for and preventing long-term complications of the…

Erectile Dysfunction

This is a common problem with varying causes, usually amenable to treatment. Please feel free to discuss if this is a concern.

Hepatitis C Screening

Hepatitis C is a virus which infects the liver and can have serious health consequences including liver failure and liver cancer. The hepatitis C virus is spread from person to…

Lung Cancer Screening

Yearly low-dose CAT scan of lungs is recommended for adults between the ages of 55-80 who have a 30 pack-year smoking history and currently smoke or have quit within the…

Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is a bacterial infectious disease transmitted by bites from infected deer ticks. An infected deer tick must be attached to a host for at least 36 hours in…

Medication Expiration Dates

Most prescription medications come with an expiration date one year from the date they were filled. This does not necessarily mean the medication is no longer effective. If you have…