If you're in your 20s and healthy, you may not prioritize a checkup. Nearly 50% of 20-somethings don't have a PCP.
Regular medical visits may be more important than you realize for 20-somethings.
Many health conditions, particularly in early adulthood, may not be visible.. they affect health now and in the future.
"A checkup is an excellent way to make sure a young individual doesn't have these concerns."
In your 20s or earlier, chronic illnesses may emerge that are hazardous if left untreated.
More than 1/5 of 18-39-year-old Americans have high blood pressure. Untreated, it may lead to heart disease, renal disease, and stroke later in life.