Early Detection Self-checs
Can Help Save You From Chronic Diseases
We don’t want you dying of embarrassment. Many people don’t know what self-checs mean—why, how and at what age to start to do them and what to look for. Early detection self-checs you can do with your hands by touching yourself and/or your eyes by looking at your body, such as testicular, breast, skin checs, aren’t the only kind we are talking about. Some checs can’t be done by yourself —prostate, colon, heart, diabetes, to name a few—but you can use your fingers to dial up your healthcare professional to make an appointment for these important screenings.
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Please err on the side of caution by always consulting your healthcare professional to advise you about what additional steps you need to take according to your family of origin health history.
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