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You’re a mover and a shaker. Whether it’s work, your kids, your parents—life is nothing but dull. It’s when we’re the busiest and need to be at our best, though, that our health is most important. It helps us hit those ever-important deadlines at work. It ensures we’re up and at it to pack the kids’ lunches and see them off to school. And it allows us to keep up with our grandkids’ endless amounts of energy.
No matter your stage in life, Dignity Health is here to help you do it all. With helpful tips on preventative care, fitness and nutrition, multivitamin needs and what health assessments are important for you, we want to see you living life to its fullest. So, read on and learn how you can be proactive with your health. Then talk to your primary care physician about next steps on your journey to being a healthier version of you. Don’t have a primary care physician? We can help. Use our Find a Doctor search tool.
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Back and neck pain is a discomfort you don’t have to live with. In fact, many conditions are more easily treated in the early stages. Take our quick online spine health assessment and, after answering a few simple questions, you’ll know whether you need a little more rest or whether it’s time to make an appointment.
Breast cancer affects women from all different walks of life. About one in eight develops invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, and risk rises after age 35. Know your odds; take our quick breast cancer risk assessment.
Colorectal cancer, also referred to as colon cancer, is the third most common cancer in both men and women. Regular screening makes early detection, and in some cases even prevention, possible. Take our quick colorectal cancer risk assessment and find out what you can do to help lower your personal risk.
There are a number of conditions that can affect your heart. Are you at risk for heart disease? Answer a few health questions then take the next step.
Did you know that with each step you take, your joints are supporting one and a half times your body weight? This constant force can result in joint degeneration and daily joint pain. But how do you know if it’s time to talk to an orthopedic expert? Take our quick online joint health assessment to find out.
If you or someone you love may be at risk for lung cancer, we have some reassuring news: Early detection could save your life or the life of a loved one. Take our quick lung cancer risk assessment.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common yet serious disease, affecting 8 to 12 million people in the United States, particularly those over age 50. Find out if you’re at risk.
Enjoy the life you were meant to have. Find out if bariatric surgery is right for you by taking our online health risk assessment.