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HealthYes! Promotes Osteoporosis Awareness at the Austin Mommy & Baby Expo
Date:6/4/2009

Austin, Texas-based HealthYes!™ teamed up with St. David's HealthCare on Sunday, May 17, to promote osteoporosis awareness among young women at the Mommy & Baby Expo 2009 at the Palmer Events Center (900 Barton Springs Rd.) in Austin.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 4, 2009 -- Austin, Texas-based HealthYes!™ teamed up with St. David's HealthCare on Sunday, May 17, to promote osteoporosis awareness among young women at the Mommy & Baby Expo 2009 at the Palmer Events Center (900 Barton Springs Rd.) in Austin.

At the event, which was held from noon to 6:00 p.m., HealthYes! conducted more than 100 osteoporosis screenings completely free of charge for Expo attendees, donating tens of thousands of dollars of health services free of charge to the Austin community in the process.

"Osteoporosis awareness is essential for men and women of all ages - particularly among young mothers and expectant mothers," says Dale W. Wood, president, HealthYes!. "We feel great about having the opportunity to partner with St. David's HealthCare in donating our osteoporosis screening services to a significant number of women in the Austin community."

HealthYes! is a mobile screening company which holds daily screening events for detecting stroke risk, osteoporosis risk and other serious conditions in communities throughout Central Texas, including in Austin, San Antonio, Houston and Dallas and surrounding communities. Their multiple mobile screening units visit different locations to hold events on a daily basis in order to extend their reach into most every area in the communities they serve. Typical venues include churches, medical offices, gyms, and community centers.

HealthYes!'s executives and employees pride themselves on being able to offer members of the community the opportunity to detect potentially life-threatening conditions via a quick, painless and non-invasive screening process. The hallmark of HealthYes!'s services is the fact that they provide clients with their mobile health screening results in an easy-to-understand, non-technical format within four business days. At the same time, the results that HealthYes! provides contain the numeric data and images that the client's physician can effectively use for further, detailed analysis and recommendations.

A Total Health Screening Package from HealthYes!, priced at $199.95, is comparable to medical screenings provided by world-class hospitals that can cost anywhere from $1,500 to $2,000. Screening services offered by HealthYes! in the Dallas area include stroke screening, abdominal aortic aneurysm screening (AAA), peripheral artery disease screening (PAD), arterial stiffness index screening (ASI), and osteoporosis screening.

HealthYes! operates in all major markets in Texas. It recently launched its mobile health screening services in Dallas on April 15. The company will hold more than 40 screening events per month in the Metroplex and surrounding areas throughout 2009. Dallas represents the fourth major metropolitan area for which HealthYes! holds regular screening events.

About HealthYes!
Austin, Texas-based HealthYes! leverages the most medically advanced, state-of-the-art approach in the mobile screening industry. Through widely accepted, non-invasive, FDA-approved technology and techniques, the company's screenings identify five life-threatening medical conditions and diseases: heart disease, stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral artery disease and osteoporosis. The company's team of technicians is formally trained to conduct screenings and all results are reviewed by locally based, board-certified radiologists.

More than a quality screening, HealthYes! provides clients with detailed, clinically relevant analysis and ultrasound images within four business days.

For more information, visit www.HealthYes.com.

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