Although it’s one of the most unpopular screening exams around, colonoscopy is one of the most important. Unlike other common cancer screening tests, this one allows physicians to prevent cancer, potentially saving thousands of lives each year.
Most babies are born healthy, yet the National Birth Defects Prevention Network (NBDPN) estimates that one in 33 infants enters the world with some sort of birth defect. January is Birth Defects Prevention Month, and women are urged to take proactive steps to help ensure a healthy baby.
It’s a new year; and if you’re wanting a new look, consider the new concept in facial rejuvenation: pan-facial volume augmentation.