Health Tip: Preparing for Your Next Checkup
(HealthDay News) -- To get the most from your medical checkups,
make sure you're prepared before you visit your doctor.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers these
- Update your family health history to include any new health
problems among close relatives.
- Create a list of any recent symptoms, issues or questions for
your doctor. Topics may include changes in eating or sleep habits,
or recent symptoms of depression or anxiety.
- Think about your future, and discuss any health-related issues
or changes with your doctor. Such issues may include quitting
smoking or losing weight, etc.
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