Why Self chec is Different
The story goes that in ancient China the citizens paid their doctors a pre-determined amount in yen, (their money), for each day they were well.
Our yen is defined a little differently, but in the long run it means the same. We want you to keep yourself well enough to live a long and healthy life -- all you have to do to pay us back, is promise to take good care of yourself.
The language of sickness is completely different than the language of prevention and wellness. We hope that by learning about the latter, you will keep from having to learn about the former.
Self chec has created an entirely new, compelling approach to personal healthcare. In addition to the important research being done on cancer and other chronic diseases, we want to place greater emphasis on identifying and eliminating the obstacles that keep us from properly taking care of ourselves; the fear, malaise. denial, etc., so we can all reduce the odds of getting sick in the first place.
We promise to do this, not only by acknowledging your fears, but by keeping you honest and on-message about becoming more pro-active in your own healthcare. Keeping healthy is much easier than being sick, so it shouldn't be too difficult for you to do, once you know how to.
Self chec caring card kits for both him and her are written in an easy to understand, non-threatening way. They are based on one-to-one personal support and given or sent to you by a friend, loved one or respected colleague. This manner of distribution is completely different than picking up a pamphlet on a rack in the doctor's office, or receiving one by mail from an HMO. The personal nature of a caring card is much more likely to gain your attention, touch your heart and make you think about taking care, as it is often for someone else we care about, that we will do something for ourselves.
Self chec caring card kits and Web site, contain comprehensive reliable information from respected medical sources. You won't have to rely on more than one resource to collect information about prevention, screening and early detection which can often be time consuming and confusing.
If you choose, you can sign up for an email reminder that won't let you forget to do your self-checks and call your doctor or healthcare professional for your yearly check-up. You can also attach reminders to your datebook or calendar. In the future, we will offer you downloadable reminders, and there is much, much more...
We know it takes a little while for a new idea to take flight. We urge you to define yen as we do. Join us now, learn to take care of yourself and be one of the first to spread Self chec's life saving message. It's time!
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