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Preventive Health Care Tips for Women: A Checklist to Live By
Contributed by Women Veterans Health Strategic Health Care Group
Make sure you have a primary care provider. Discuss your medical history with your health care team. Talk to them about the common screenings listed below. These screening tests, diagnostic tests, and medical exams are used to find a disease or determine your risk for health problems. Screenings help identify problems early. This gives you the best chance for successful treatment of problems. Ask about setting up your personal screening schedule.