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Here are some important points around cardiovascular health
Cervical cancer has a usual early onset, and the CDC (Center for Disease Control) recommends screening as early as age 21. There are two tests to help prevent cervical cancer or find it early:
Diabetes/ News and Stories / DiabetesDiabetes Put the Brakes on Diabetes ComplicationsNovember is National Diabetes Month. Healthy habits to combat diabetes include adopting a healthy diet, exercising, and visiting your doctor to measure your blood sugar. Of...
According to the American Cancer Society, over 60% of deaths due to colorectal cancer could have been prevented with proper screening.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month/ News and Stories / Breast CancerBreast Cancer Awareness MonthDid you know that there are over 100 types of cancer? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cancer is the second leading cause of death in this...
April is Tobacco cessation month at Terros Health, so let’s discuss this topic. Did you know that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), life expectancy for smokers is 10 years shorter than life expectancy for non-smokers?
We’re officially into Spring now, a time to rejuvenate and renew healthy habits. How many of you took the quiz in last month’s blog to find out if you’re at risk for diabetes? In my hopeful mind, I hear “all of you” as the answer. If you missed that article, you can...
If you don’t, you may even be asking yourself what an A1c is.
Is someone in your life struggling with mental illness or reaching for sobriety? The holiday season can be especially challenging for those who are in recovery. What can you do to help?
Trish Bleth is a teacher, a role model and a listening ear. As a peer support specialist at Terros Health, she trains others to ask not what’s wrong with them, but instead what’s happened to them. It’s all part of a bigger growth and development plan for patients and her quest to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues.