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Do you wash your hands enough during cold and flu season? That depends on your definition of handwashing.
Let’s back up a step. One thing everyone agrees on is the importance of washing your hands. Handwashing is the single most effective way to reduce the spread of infectious diseases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. During cold and flu season, that can make the difference between a week spent in bed and a week of good health.
When you have to go, you have to go, right? But how do you know when you have to go so frequently that it might be time to go to the doctor?
Overactive bladder affects millions of Americans. Although it is common among older adults, it isn’t a normal part of aging that you simply have to accept.
Taking control of your health can empower you to advocate for yourself when something goes wrong. While doctors can measure the key indicators during a physical exam, this is a one-time measure. Your continual monitoring can alert your physician of irregularities or other symptoms that could be cause for concern.