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How to Detect Cervical Cancer in Older Adults

How to Detect Cervical Cancer in Older Adults.

What is the Cervix?

The cervix is the lowest region of the uterus, it has diverse functions in the female anatomy such as: attaching the uterus to the vagina, keeping bacteria out from the uterus and it also helps in cleaning the vagina.

How to Detect Cervical Cancer in Older Adults
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What is Cervical Cancer?

Cervical cancer is an abnormal growth of cells in the cervix, this abnormal growth can be caused by many factors which leads to cervical cancer.

How to Detect Prostate Cancer In Older Adults

How to Detect Prostate Cancer In Older Adults

What is Prostate?

The prostate is located under the bladder and in front of the rectum. The prostate’s most significant capacity is the creation of a liquid that, along with sperm cells from the gonads and liquids from different organs, makes up semen.

Statistics have shown that more than 47,500 men suffer from prostate cancer yearly in the world.

Summary

  • Prostate cancer is disease that happens in the prostate. It causes pains and discomfort to the patient especially when passing out urine or during ejaculation.

5 Tips For Relatives Of Older Adults

5 TIPS FOR RELATIVES OF OLDER ADULTS

Hello,

We blogged about 5 Tips for Would-be seniors, 5 tips for Elders Caregivers, we will now write about 5 tips for relatives of older adults.

We use RELATIVES to refer to family and friends of an older adult.

5 Tips For CareGivers

5 TIPS FOR CAREGIVERS

Hello,

We blogged about Who an older person is, 5 Tips for Would-be seniors, 5 tips for relatives of older adults, we will now write about 5 tips for Caregivers.

We use Caregiver to refer to those who look after older adults.

5 Tips for Would-Be Seniors

5 TIPS FOR WOULD-BE SENIORS

Hello,

We have blogged about Who an older person is, 5 tips for relatives of older adults, 5 Tips for Caregivers, we will now write 5 Tips for about to be seniors.

We use “would-be seniors” to refer to those who are still vibrant, would not be classified as aged but are not many years away from being seniors. In age terms, they would be around 45years to 59 years old.

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