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Colorectal Cancer Test

People over 50 should not ignore their bowels, because 90% of colorectal cancers occur after the age of 50. Blood in the stool is a sign of colorectal problems, however, bleeding from the colon (large intestine) is not always visible to the naked eye. This is why health agencies recommend routine once-a-year stool tests for everyone over 50.

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Urinary Tract Infection Test 

More than 26 million women are affected by urinary tract problems. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate and a painful, burning feeling in the area of the bladder or urethra during urination. A urinary tract infection that is left untreated may cause serious damage to the kidneys.

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Cholesterol Test

Because high blood cholesterol clogs the arteries, it is a major cause of heart disease and stroke. Controlling blood cholesterol levels can reduce the risk of heart problems. The first step is to determine one’s total cholesterol levels.

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Pregnancy Test

The WholeHealth home pregnancy test is quick, accurate and easy to use. In just five minutes, the patient has the answer to a most important question, and can get the medical care and advice she needs. The WholeHealth pregnancy test is 99% accurate and gives results on the very first day of a missed period.

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Menopause

The passage from childbearing years to the next stage of life can take more than a year. During this time many women experience unpleasant symptoms as their menstrual cycles become fewer and irregular. A menopause test can reassure a woman that her symptoms are indeed those of menopause, and that they can be relieved. Knowing that she is at the onset of menopause, a woman may also decide to get early preventative treatment for osteoporosis

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Glucose Test

Over 20,000,000 people in North America have diabetes, and 90% of those have Type 2 diabetes, which can be prevented and stopped.

Some people experience symptoms before they are diagnosed, but

in most cases, the disease gets worse without causing any symptoms. By the time symptoms appear, a lot of damage has already been done.

Several risk factors have been identified for Type 2 diabetes: obesity, age (most Type 2 diabetics are over 45), high blood pressure, an apple-shaped figure, to name a few. Checking for the presence of glucose in the blood is a good way to find out if a person is at risk of Type 2 diabetes The WholeHealth glucose test is an easy, convenient way to check blood sugar at home. It requires a single drop of blood, and results are known in 3 minutes.

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Breast Self Examination Pad

Each year, almost over 250,000 women in North America find out they have breast cancer. It is important to detect tumors early, before they spread. Self-examination is one way for women to detect changes in breast tissue. However, it has to be done properly for tiny tumors to be caught in time.

The WholeHEALTH Breast Examination Pad is designed to reduce friction. It makes the fingertips ten times more sensitive than usual, so that women can detect much smaller lumps. Each kit includes an instruction video featuring a live model who demonstrates,

step-by-step, the proper way to examine one’s breasts.

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Blood Alcohol Test

Many people can have a couple of drinks and still feel perfectly sober but in fact, their reflexes may be impaired. It’s a good idea to check blood alcohol levels before taking the wheel. Driving while impaired means more than a fine or suspended license – it can be deadly.

The effects of alcohol are not limited to car accidents. Here are a few sobering facts:

• Almost 50% of all violent crimes involve alcohol.

• Suicides are the second largest cause of alcohol-related deaths.

• In 1999, of the fatally injured snowmobile drivers who had been drinking, 75% had blood alcohol levels over 0.08%.

• In 1998, about 40% of boating fatalities involved alcohol.

• In 1999, 41% of fatally injured pedestrians had been drinking. 85% of those had blood alcohol levels over 0.08%.

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Ovulation Test

Some women have a hard time getting pregnant. Sometimes, the answer may be as simple as having sex during the most fertile period of the menstrual cycle!

The WholeHEALTH Ovulation Test is a simple urine test that identifies the days when a woman is most likely to conceive. Each kit contains enough supplies for five days

If the patient becomes pregnant, you may suggest the WholeHEALTH

Pregnancy Test to confirm her pregnancy.

If, after several attempts, a patient cannot conceive during her most fertile period, she should consult a physician.

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