A simple checklist can help primary-care providers evaluate the health risks that influence the longevity of older adults.
Undergoing mammography for breast cancer once every two years rather than annually does not increase the risk of advanced-stage or large-size tumors.
Most persons who stopped taking statins due to health events attributed to the drugs can tolerate these agents long-term when they try again.
High-fiber foods can prevent the occurrence of first-time stroke.
Primary-care practitioner beliefs about prostate-cancer screening account for much of the variability in the use of an informed-decision-making process.