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06 May, 2019 - It might have crossed your mind already: Do I need a Total Body Scan? It is quite the step to answer this question with a confident “yes”. How do you make that decision? And what are the procedures following the decision? We would like to tell you all about it.

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27 February, 2019 - A healthy diet, enough exercise, limiting stress and maintaining a good weight are of great importance to the condition of your immune system. Feeling fit and healthy contributes to your overall well-being. And if you want to be sure that you’re healthy, a periodic moment of measuring is essential. You only really know the state of your health after a check-up.

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07 July, 2017 - “My husband, David, hadn’t been doing much exercise and had gained weight, so when a friend mentioned they had been for a scan to check their health. I thought it would be a good idea for David to go along for something similar. He wasn’t too keen, so I joined him on sufferance really because I knew he wouldn’t go without me. I didn’t think I needed it really."

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01 June, 2017 - Cardiovascular disease and cancer are the two most common causes of death in the United Kingdom, accounting for 3 out every 4 deaths. Prescan believes that early diagnosis of key risk factors for individuals is extremely important in preventing serious illnesses.

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28 April, 2017 - It's that time of the year when many of us make specific resolutions, such as quitting smoking. But monitoring our general wel-being is just as vital.

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03 April, 2017 - Prescan works closely with the NHS and shares their ethos of living and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, making sensible lifestyle choices and reducing risk by making changes. We support the National Health framework of looking at some of the UK's biggest killers such as cancer and coronary heart disease.

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23 March, 2017 - Cancer survival rates in Britain are among the lowest in Europe, according to the most comprehensive analysis of the issue yet produced. Survival rates are based on the number of patients who are alive five years after diagnosis and researchers found that, for women, England was the fifth worst in a league of 22 countries. Scotland came bottom. Cancer experts blamed late diagnosis and long waiting lists.

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