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If you’re a generally healthy adult, you probably don’t give a lot of thought to seeing a doctor unless you get hurt or drastically sick.
Most healthy adults don’t need a lot of medical attention. But there are some things you should keep tabs on, even if you aren’t sick.
Making these medical appointments each year will help keep your health on track as you age because doctors can address budding health concerns before they become big issues.
In your 20s and 30s:
In your 40s, add:
In your 50s, add:
In your 60s, add:
If you have a family history of certain diseases or other risk factors, you may need to have earlier or more frequent appointments and screenings. Ask your PCP what appointments to add to your wellness routine.
Schedule your physician appointments or lab tests online or through the MyEEHealthTM mobile app.
We’re offering Video Visits for the care you need today, from the comfort of home. Learn more about Video Visits.
For the latest COVID-19 information, please check EEHealth.org/coronavirus.
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