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Oklahoma City Memorial Donation On Your Behalf

A Letter from Larry Trucano – Advance Body Scan Director On April 19th Oklahomans are joined with people all over the world to remember… When I first moved to Oklahoma City I made it a point to see the Oklahoma City National Memorial. I really did not know what to expect other than what a tragic event […]
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De-stress Tips

Stress can cause major problems in your health, affecting your sleep, mood, appetite, depression, anxiety, and even lead to heart attack or stroke. When stressed, hormones flood the system, causing the heart rate to increase, heavy breathing, and blood vessels to constrict which can cause damage to our health. To help combat the health effects that […]
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Know the Signs of a Stroke

As we head into the holiday season, life can get rather hectic and stressful. Due to this stress, it is the highest time of year for people to suffer from heart attacks and strokes. While the majority of people are aware of the symptoms of a heart attack (chest discomfort, shortness of breath…), many do […]
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Regular Screening Could Save Your Life

You received your first heart, lung, and/or body scan at Advanced Body Scan and it came back with no major complications. That’s great news! However, if you think you are set for life, that may not be the case. As you age, your body is constantly changing and, unfortunately, not for the better. Your taste […]
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A $50 Heart Scan could save your life

Receive the Gold Standard in early detection of heart disease The $50 Heart Scan is also known as a Calcium Score Test because this test primarily identifies built up arterial calcium, also called blockage of the arteries. This calcium build up and blockage is what creates this SILENT KILLER. Not all $50 Heart Scans are equal. It […]
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Heart Disease in Oklahoma

  Heart disease affects thousands of Oklahoma residents. In fact, this disease is the number one cause of death in the state, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Heart disease is sometimes referred to as a “silent killer” because it’s often not detected until too late. Fortunately, preventing some types of heart disease […]
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