Too Many Colonoscopies in Over-75s?

A study published in the March 11 JAMA-Internal Medicine suggests that 23 percent of over-75-year-olds have colonoscopies that may be “potentially inappropriate” according to national guidelines which include an upper age limit, as well as how often negative colonoscopies should be repeated. In a retrospective…

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Prevention Tests: What Do You Need?

Use this handy calculator to find out what preventive tests you need at your age. Answer five simple questions online and get a list of screenings and medical counseling recommended by the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), along with information about the preventive…

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