Posts Tagged ‘ breast cancer ’

What Would Betty Do Logo Betty Says: Confessions

I borrowed this from the blog of Superfantastic Lori, and had to share with you. This is the place where I confess those weird things that I’m not necessarily proud of, but aren’t so crazy that they’ll land me in jail. And unlike most of Lori’s readers, none of mine involve Kraft Mac & Cheese. […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Tests and Screenings: 60s and Beyond

Routine checks in your 60s and beyond will help you to live a healthy, active life for years to come. Here are some of the key tests, screenings and immunizations that you’ll need in your 60s. Both Men and Women Annual Checkup: Yes, you really do have to go to the doctor once a year […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Tests and Screenings: 50s

Thought you could skate through the health maintenance checklists like you did in your 20s, didn’t you? This is the decade where caring for your health becomes critical. Here are some of the key tests, screenings and immunizations that you’ll need in your 50s. Both Men and Women Annual Checkup: Yes, you really do have […] Read More

What Would Betty Do Logo Mammograms

Last year, there was a media uproar over the change in guidelines for routine mammograms. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) changed their guidance to suggest that women at average risk for breast cancer shouldn’t get their first mammogram until age 50, then every two years thereafter. In contrast, the American Cancer Society (ACS) […] Read More