April 3, 2020
THURSDAY, April 2 (Fox News)—The coronavirus epidemic in the U.S. has many Americans putting a pause on regular life, embracing the new “normal” that is social distancing and remaining home-bound. But the epidemic has also delayed important medical-related screenings, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has urged patients to delay any elective surgeries or procedures at this time.
Affected by such recommendations are routine colonoscopies, which the American Cancer Society recommends every 10 years for those 45 years of age or older who are considered at an “average risk” of developing colorectal cancer.
A preventable cancer is on the rise in Alabama
March 30, The New Yorker
Now is the perfect time to focus on yourself and reevaluate those New Year’s resolutions. Setting small, measurable goals is key to achieving them.
Earlier this week, we launched our #WellnessWednesday series, an ongoing effort to help you set and reach small goals that can improve your health and help #StopCancerBeforeItStarts. Will you set your own goals or follow our weekly #WellnessWednesday series on IG?