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    Seven Tips for Making the Most of your Doctor's Visit

    Before you go to the doctor, take some time to think about important questions you may have about your health. Most people only visit the doctor a few times a year, so it’s important to make your time with him or her count!
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    Blood Pressure Health Tips

    May 17 is World Hypertension Day and the American Heart Association (AHA) is encouraging South Carolina residents to take the first step in improving heart health and tackling this preventable cause of death by checking their blood pressure.  Utilize the attached Check It SC blood pressure toolkit to help spread the word around the importance of hypertension management.   
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    Video: Medication Adherence

    Changing the timing or dosage of your doctor-prescribed medication can be very dangerous, but there are some precautions you can take to make sure you are being safe with your prescriptions.
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    Medications Health Tips

    82% of american adults take at least one medication. When it comes to your health, taking the right medications in the right amount at the right time can give you the right result. One of the most effective ways to improve medication adherence is by using a mail-order pharmacy. It’s easy to set up, and you can get your medications on time, keep up with renewals and ensure that you dose appropriately. It’s like your own personal pharmacist in your mailbox.
  • Colorectal Cancer Health Tips

    90% survice colorectal cancer when it's detected early. According to the American Cancer Society, 90% of new colorectal cancer cases occur in adults ages 50 and older. The good news is that, when it’s found in early stages, there’s a 90% survival rate.
  • Heart Health Tips

    It's time for a heart-to-heart. About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the U.S. every year. This may be a bit shocking, but the good news is that many heart-related complications and diseases can be treated and prevented. Through good heart-healthy habits, you can help us reduce this number. We’re here to help you along the way.