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“I learned that my left carotid artery was 95% blocked. Were it not for HealthFair’s services I might have had a major stroke or died… ”
- Margot Hirsch
Why Get Screened?
Why Choose HealthFair?
HealthFair is the national leader in mobile health screenings and is the only screening company that is accredited by the prestigious Joint Commission. Over 75 hospitals trust HealthFair to help bring affordable, quality, and life-saving health screenings to people in communities across North America. What makes us unique is our dedication to quality and customer service. Our self-contained mobile health screening units offer superior privacy and convenience by bringing the office directly to your neighborhood. This unique delivery system makes it possible to deliver a patient experience that is much more personal than other companies that offer similar types of screenings.
HealthFair is one of the only health screening companies to:
- Achieve Joint Commission Accreditation
- Offer echocardiogram ultrasound
- Utilize self-contained mobile testing units
- Provide digital medical records upon request
- Deliver quick turnaround on health reports
- Partner with more than 75 hospitals
- Apr 19, 2013
TrueBlue Community Commitment
TrueBlue Community Commitment
Working Together to Build Healthy Communities
Partnership with HealthFair and City of DeLand Housing Authority
A key component of Florida True Health’s community outreach efforts is the provision of health promotion and community education programs offered at no cost to the community. Our commitment to the community is proven through increasing awareness, engaging the community and improving health outcomes. Florida True Health Inc.
- Feb 6, 2013
Roadmap to a Healthy Heart
Jan Tilley, MS RD LD
Did you know heart disease is the number one cause of death among women? More importantly, did you know it is preventable? February is American Heart Month. All across the country, women are taking control of their health by making heart healthy choices.
Now is the perfect time to start the journey to a healthy heart. Here are tips and suggestions to help you make healthy changes that are good for you and your entire family.
- Achieve a desirable cholesterol level. There are two things you can do to make a huge impact. First, limit saturated fat and trans fat like butter, cheese and high-fat meats – they can raise your blood cholesterol levels. Instead choose foods that are higher in monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats – like avocados, nuts, peanut butter and olive or canola oil – they will reduce your blood cholesterol and help you build a healthy heart. Second, add more soluble fiber to your diet. During digestion, soluble fiber forms a gel with water and binds some cholesterol, which is then eliminated from the body. Soluble fiber foods include Cheerios, oatmeal, beans, apples, oranges and pears.
- Achieve an overall healthy eating pattern. Eat more whole grains, get plenty of fruits and vegetables, eat more calcium-rich foods like low-fat milk, yogurt and cheese, choose lean proteins like meats, poultry, fish, dried beans, eggs, and nuts.
- Achieve a healthy body weight. Controlling your portion sizes and getting at least 30 minutes of exercise six days a week, will get you off to a good start toward achieving a healthy weight.
- Achieve a desirable blood pressure level. High blood pressure puts you at greater risk for heart attack and stroke. Reduce your high blood pressure through exercise, losing weight (a healthy weight means less work for the heart), eating more fruits and vegetables, and consuming less salt – no more that 1 teaspoon of salt per day, and RELAX – practice techniques daily to control stress.The very best gift you can give yourself and your family this Valentine’s Day is to build a healthy heart, the most important organ in your body.
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- Feb 1, 2013
Shedding Light on Congestive Heart Failure
New Yorkers and politicians alike are mourning the loss of an “an irrepressible icon,” as described by New York City Mayor Bloomberg on Friday, February 1. For 12 years, Edward Irving Koch led the city with zest, but unfortunately lost his life to congestive heart failure at age 88.Read Full Story
- Jan 31, 2013
Marriage May Cut Heart Attack Risk for Both Spouses
Finding lends support for vow to take ‘in sickness and in health’
By Steven Reinberg
THURSDAY, Jan. 31 (HealthDay News) — Marriage appears to reduce the risk of heart attacks for both men and women, according to researchers in Finland.
Other studies have shown that being single or living alone increases the risk for developing and dying from heart disease. Many of these studies, however, were only among men, the researchers said, while this new study includes both sexes.Read Full Story
- Jan 30, 2013
The Best Valentine Gift for You & Your Loved Ones
Every January, we wish our loved ones a New Year full of health and happiness. Furthermore, every February, we celebrate love; the center of this emotion comes from the heart.Read Full Story