Echelon Health is unique. We can screen for those diseases that are the leading causes of premature death.

No one wants to die before their time. You have a loving family and you’ve worked hard. You want to stay healthy and enjoy a long and happy life. Sadly, disease doesn’t care about what you want. Cancer and Coronary Heart Disease can strike, unannounced, at any time. However, there is something you can do about it. You can have an Echelon Health Personal Health Assessment and if there is anything developing inside you unseen, then chances are we’ll find it and then you can get it treated. If you are looking for the best there is in Health Assessment, then there is only one; Echelon Health.

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The Echelon Health Blog

Jan
26

Women And Heart Attacks – The Symptoms Explained

By Echelon Health

Heart disease is one of the most common causes of death in both men and women. However, as research into heart attacks continues, it has emerged that women…

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Jan
18

Menopause – Symptoms And Causes

By Echelon Health

Menopause is defined as when a woman has not menstruated for 12 consecutive months, meaning they can no longer become pregnant naturally. It typically occurs between the ages…

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Jan
06

Heart Disease In Women: Symptoms And Risk Factors

By Echelon Health

Much has been said and written about heart disease in men, but women are also impacted by heart disease — heart disease is one of the leading causes…

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