Any Lab Test Now Offering Tests Geared to Women in Honor of National Women's Health Week
May 9th, Mother's Day, is the first day of National Women's Health Week and is a great time to remind to women in their life to schedule check ups and lab tests to maintain good health.
Glendale, AZ --(PR.com)-- May 9th this year is not only Mother's Day, it is also the first day of the 11th annual National Women's Health Week, which begins on May 9th and runs until May 15th. This week long health observance was coordinated by the Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health to empower women to make their health a top priority. Monday, May 10th is the 8th annual National Women's Checkup Day, which is dedicated to encouraging women to visit their physician or schedule checkups and tests vital to early detection of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, mental health illnesses, sexually transmitted infections, and other conditions.
Any Lab Test Now the nation's fastest-growing retail healthcare testing facility wants to do their part to encourage women to take control of their health. The company offers a wide range of lab tests geared to helping women maintain good health. Some of these tests include:
Comprehensive Female Panel – provides information on overall health and defines hormonal interactive status. Key tests in the panel include:
- CBC (Complete Blood Count) – will show signs of leukemia, anemia, blood clotting and ability to fight infections.
- Urinalysis – tests urine for substances that can indicate metabolic problems and kidney disorders.
- Chemistry Panel - evaluates blood sugar level, liver and kidney function, renal function and electrolyte levels.
- Cholesterol Test - evaluates total cholesterol, LDL and HDL and triglyceride levels to assess risk of coronary heart disease and stroke.
- Estradiol, FSH and LH Tests – checks levels of these hormones that are essential for reproduction.
- DHEA-S and Progesterone Tests – further defines female hormonal status.
- BT Test (The New Blood Test for Breast Cancer) – A simple blood test that checks the presence of breast cancer-related proteins in the blood. This test helps detect breast cancer sooner and more accurately when used in conjunction with physical exams and mammograms.
- Comprehensive Sexually Transmitted Disease Panel – This panel includes a blood and urine test to determine exposure to HIV, Syphilis, Herpes Simples I and II Virus, Hepatitis B and C, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia.
- Pregnancy Tests – which will confirm (or determine if there is) a pregnancy as well as provide an indication of fetal age.
During National Women's Health Week, Any Lab Test Now is offering a $10.00 off coupon on the company's Web site which is good at Any Lab Test Now facilities located 8902 E. Via Linda, Suite 115, in Scottsdale and their newest location at 20280 North 59th Avenue, Suite 116, in Glendale (the Northwest Corner of 59th Avenue and Loop 101 in the Fry's Arrowhead Plaza).
"It is a time for women to take care of their own health and remind those women around them, moms, daughters, sisters, friends and other female relatives to take some time for themselves," said Jeri Seidel, franchisee for both Scottsdale and Glendale locations. "Any Lab Test Now offers thousands of tests that enable women to take care of their own health. Because no physicians visit or referral is required, it is a more cost efficient way for many people to monitor their health. So even those with high deductibles, Health Spending Accounts or no insurance at all now have an affordable alternative to clinics, other draw facilities and physician's offices."
Any Lab Test Now offers thousands of tests including unique tests like paternity, drug testing, genetic predisposition for major diseases like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis; toxins and poisons testing, various DNA tests including Infidelity, steroid and unknown substance testing.