Learn about your personal Colorectal Cancer risk.

Everyone loves online quizzes right? I can tell you my spirit animal, my aura color, and who I was in a past life. But how about a quiz that will actually tell you something useful?

Well here you are! The Cleveland Clinic has a 5 minute quiz that will help you know and understand your personal risk of Colorectal Cancer, and give you screening recommendations and a useful printout to talk about with your doctor.

Do it today for the people you love.

http://digestive.ccf.org/

Be Well. – Rose

First published on our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/RMbenefitsMD on 3/28/16.  Want to see more fun health tips?  Like our Facebook Page to stay up to date with our newest content.

Go on. Get out there. Your gut will thank you.

Staying active is not just good for your heart it can also help reduce your risk of developing Colorectal Cancer. So go take a walk.

When you get back you can read up on what else the NIH suggests you could do to decrease your risk factors.

http://www.cancer.gov/…/c…/patient/colorectal-prevention-pdq

Be Well. – Rose

First published on our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/RMbenefitsMD on 3/20/16.  Want to see more fun health tips?  Like our Facebook Page to stay up to date with our newest content.

Colorectal Cancer. Silent but Deadly.

You may have heard the phrase “Silent But Deadly” before but with Colorectal Cancer it is really true.

Many people in the early stages of the disease have no symptoms. As the cancer progresses the symptoms can resemble a bad stomach bug that you just can’t shake. That is why it is so important that everyone get screened.

Here is what the Mayo Clinic says about the symptoms of Colorectal Cancer if you don’t believe me.

http://www.mayoclinic.org/…/co…/symptoms-causes/dxc-20188239

Be well. – Rose

First published on our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/RMbenefitsMD on 3/14/16.  Want to see more fun health tips?  Like our Facebook Page to stay up to date with our newest content.

Stroke signs, and how to react.

Sorry guys this one is more scary than silly.

Did you know that nearly 800,000 people in the U.S. experience a stroke each year?

Knowing the signs, and how to react can seriously improve survival both of the victims and their brain. Please read and explore so you know what to look for and what to do.

http://www.stroke.org/understand-stroke/recognizing-stroke

Be Well. – Rose

First published on our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/RMbenefitsMD on 2/29/16.  Want to see more fun health tips?  Like our Facebook Page to stay up to date with our newest content.