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Why can't I eat healthy? Lack of time, confusion about what to eat, and not knowing where to start can be overwhelming. The good news is that small changes can make a big difference. Discover the power of portion control as a weight loss strategy. Portion control is the key to a balanced diet!
Learn about the right portion sizes that will guide you toward a healthier you. For personalized guidance and support, book an appointment with our expert nutritionist, Dr. Joanna Smith.
Discover the art of mindful eating this World Food Day and take control of your health. Book your appointment with Dr. Joanna Smith here: BOOK NOW
Do monthly self exams
If you are 40 years or older, start breast cancer screening yearly (mammogram).
If you have a family history of breast / other cancers, talk to our oncologist about genetic testing for cancer risk and cancer risk reduction
And if you already have a breast cancer diagnosis, the IMS Oncology team is here for you - we got you!
Call to book your appointment for genetic testing today!
Men are often reluctant to go to the doctor ,they are often dragged to the doctor's office kicking and screaming to do a check up. However as the Jamaican saying goes, "prevention is better than cure !" Watch Prof William (Bill) Aiken's full interview on HHG Studios Jamaica talk about issues affecting men from prostate cancer to erectile dysfunction.
If you have any concerns you can book a consultation with us today.
World Food Day - October 16, 2021
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With Microlabs all medical tests, including overseas tests, can be performed on site. We promptly deliver your test results so that there is no delay in your treatment process, no appointment needed.
Overseas tests are done on Wednesdays ONLY between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM conditions may apply.
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