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Wedding Season: 4 Key Medical Tests Before Tying The Knot

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Planning a ring for Spring? Marriage is the ultimate sign of trust and it’s important to know any medical conditions that you or your partner may have. Staying on the lookout for both people in the relationship will minimize health concerns down the road. Considering different forms of testing can be unsettling at times but it is an important […]

How Common Is Sleep Apnea?

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Have you heard of sleep apnea? Sleep apnea has become a significant health crisis in the United States and it is in the news now more than ever. According to the American Academy of Sleep, there are an estimated 25 million cases of sleep apnea in the United States with 80% of the severe and moderate cases being undiagnosed. […]

The Heart Test That Could Save Your Life

If you’ve seen the episode This Is Us that aired after the big game, you finally found out how Jack Pearson met his untimely end. Recently Dr. Robert Segal, Founder of LabFinder, spoke with POPSUGAR about Jack’s condition and what makes a heart attack a “Widowmaker”. It’s incredibly important to know whether or not you are […]

Love Is In The Air – Time To Get Tested!

Valentine’s Day is here, a holiday that brings out the true romantic in each of us. From the big box of chocolates to champagne toasts, it’s a day built around showing how much you care about your partner (or prospective partner!). Sexually transmitted diseases may not be the first thing you think of when […]

A LabFinder Giveaway!

It’s that time of year, and everyone is busy running around, getting those last minute gifts purchased and ready to be handed out this holiday season. The last thing on your mind is your health! Well, let us help you change that by giving you the best of both worlds.

This holiday season, give yourself […]

Blood Pressure: Know Your Numbers

Doctors are always talking about blood pressure – the highs and the lows. But what does it all mean? When your doctor gives you a number, what are they really trying to tell you? Here at LabFinder, we break the numbers down for you: