‘.. The researchers found that 23 percent of women had not Pap test Pap test in the year before the interview and the elderly , and a poorly functioning immune system were independent predictors of whether women had Pap tests. – She wrote: ‘The risk of cervical cancer has changed since the introduction of reduced, highlighting the continued importance of early detection of cervical cancer in this population. ‘She added, HIV-positive HIV-positive women ‘Cervical cancer given high priority given high priority.
Courtesy of you, the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report view search in the archives, or sign up for e – mail delivery Kaiser Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report strongly supports kaiser network. A free service of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.In-houseusinesses, Kansas employers increasingly offer worker spa programs.
The below summarizes recent newspaper reporting on the efforts of employers in spa programs and other medical initiatives of employee implemented. Chronic diseases: Many of Kansas employers through the potential savings from in-house wellness programs fascination as the cost of treatment preventable illness into the the state on the march, which is Wichita Eagle report. A recent report to market research firm sweetbreads institutes determined that the treatment of on sieving the most common chronic diseases – of which diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure – Kansas cost you employers in 9300000000 U.S.