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Which Test for Biological Age is Right for You?

Test for biological ageBiological Aging is the process of your cells slowly losing their ability to function properly. Many studies show that although aging is unavoidable, we can slow down the rate of aging and delay the development of diseases. The first step is to accurately determine how old we are e.g. our biological age, and how fast we are aging. This post will cover which test for biological age is the right for you and your budget.

Immunization Tests vs. Tests for Past Infections

Immunization TestsAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about 57% of people in the U.S. have never gotten Covid-19 (e.g. was not infected by SARS-Cove-2 virus). However, it is challenging to assess this estimation as many people were exposed to the virus but did not have symptoms. Antibody or serology tests look for antibodies in your blood that fight the virus that causes COVID-19.

Toxicity Tests -- Which Heavy Metal Tests are the Best?

Toxicity testHeavy metals and other chemical pollutants occur naturally in the environment, water, and some foods and medications. Exposure to heavy metals or other chemical pollutants can cause several human health effects. Accumulation can lead to toxicity, which is harmful to your health. Simple lab tests can detect Arsenic, Cadmium, Selenium, Mercury, Lithium, Bromide, Iodine, and other toxic materials.

Lab Tests Costs: Part IV – Saliva, Semen, Hair and Swabs Testing Costs

lab tests costsPrevious posts discussed bloodwork costs, stool test prices, and the cost of urine testing. What was left? saliva, semen, hair, and various swabs (mouth, nasal, vaginal, urethral). This post will cover all other bodily samples and summarize major Lab tests costs of these samples. So, what a saliva test price is? Or how much vaginal swab cost? Are they cheaper or more expensive than routine bloodwork and urine tests?

Colon Cancer Screening USPSTF: Occult Blood Stool Test, FIT, FOBT, iFOBT, FIT-DNA—which one is the right for me?

Colon Cancer Screening USPSTFAccording to The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), which is an independent, volunteer panel of national experts in disease prevention and evidence-based medicine, Colorectal cancer, or CRC (refers to both rectal cancer and colon cancer) is the third leading cause of cancer death for both men and women, with an estimated 52,980 persons in the US projected to die of colorectal cancer in 2021.