Your health should always be your number one priority as well as being able to communicate your concerns to your doctor. Prepare for your upcoming appointments with a checklist of questions that you would like answered. Bring up questions and concerns that are most pressing right away, don’t wait until the end of your appointment! What else should you have ready for a doctor’s appointment? Let the National Institute on Aging - NIH help you get your list ready! ow.ly/ZtTg50vyqxV... See moreSee less
You take your cholesterol meds, keep your blood pressure in check, don't smoke, and maybe you even exercise a few times a week. If that's the case, good news — you've neutralized some of the biggest risk factors for stroke and heart attack. But the latest research indicates there may be even more you can do.