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Protect a pair of hearts this February with preventative scans from Craft Body Scan.

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The United States loses a citizen every 33 seconds to cardiovascular disease.

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Happy Valentine’s Day, Nashville. February might be known for romance, but it’s also American Heart Month. What better way to show your love than by prioritizing heart health with the people you care most about?

Craft Body Scan offers a non-invasive + affordable Heart and Lung Scan that provides a comprehensive look into your cardiovascular health.

Available this month for just $99 per couple (usually $2,720), this painless preventative scan can detect early signs of blockages, inflammation, and other heart-related issues before they become serious threats.

Early detection is key in the fight against heart disease, which remains the leading cause of death in the US. In fact, one out of every five US deaths in 2021 was directly related to heart disease. By taking this proactive step, you + your loved ones can make informed health decisions and potentially prevent future complications.

Get ahead of your heart health

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