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Vivakor Confirms Record Date of Stock Dividend
Date:12/4/2009

CORALVILLE, Iowa, Dec. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Vivakor, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VIVK) today confirmed that its shareholders of record on December 1, 2009 will receive the dividend of shares of common stock of HealthAmerica, Inc. that was previously approved by Vivakor's Board of Directors. HealthAmerica is a private Nevada corporation of which Vivakor owned approximately 84% of the outstanding common shares on the record date. The distribution date is still expected to be December 9, 2009. Each Vivakor shareholder will be entitled to receive one share of HealthAmerica common stock for each share of Vivakor common stock beneficially owned on December 1, 2009. After the dividend distribution, Vivakor will continue to own approximately 62% of the outstanding common stock of HealthAmerica.

Vivakor shareholders will not be required to take any action to receive the HealthAmerica common shares on the distribution date.

About Vivakor, Inc.

Vivakor(TM) is a biomedical/biotechnology company with transdisciplinary research that develops and acquires products in the fields of molecular medicine, electro-optics, biological handling and natural and formulary compounds, that extend or improve life. More information can be found about Vivakor at www.vivakor.com.

About HealthAmerica, Inc.

HealthAmerica is developing a patented, FDA 510(k) cleared, technology (VIVASlices(TM) that is expected to enhance the resolution of images resulting from MRI. The underlying algorithm may also be useful in determining blood flow velocity measures in imaged tissues, which would be valuable in accessing areas of blood flow constriction from plaques or other hematologic deposits. This information could help physicians better diagnose, predict and assess stroke and related diseases involving blood flow obstruction.

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