Life Line Screening Brings Preventative Health to Communities

In the day of rising health care costs, many people are eager to take control of the their health but concerned about the price. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 7 out of 10 American deaths – and 75% of health care costs – are due to chronic diseases. Despite this, people take advantage of preventative health measures at only half of the recommended rate. The CDC sees cost – both actual and perceived – as a significant contributor to this problem.

Enter Life Line Screening. This company offers peace of mind to people who want to live healthier and higher-quality lives. Life Line Screening enlists doctors and other trained medical professionals to perform reliable and affordable preventative health screenings. This important step helps detect serious health problems earlier on, when there are more treatment options and more opportunity to control a disease’s progression.

I have no symptoms – why should I get screened?

Many serious medical conditions can progress without noticeable symptoms for several years. Simple screening methods such as blood tests and blood pressure checks can pick up on a problem early on, helping individuals take control of their heath.

Life Line Screening offers preventative health services through community screening events. These events meet people where they are, in places like their neighborhood community and senior centers, houses of worship, VFW halls, and workplaces. The screening packages offered address complete wellness, stroke, vascular, and heart health. They also offer Life Line’s 6 for Life Health Assessment, which has been lauded by Dr. Oz for its ability to measure an individual’s risk of developing six chronic diseases (heart disease; high blood pressure; type 2 diabetes; congestive heart failure; COPD; and lung cancer).

Where can I find community-based preventative health screening?
Life Line Screening can be found in over 100 cities across the United States. Its website offers a calendar of health events searchable by zip code, along with online registration.