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The Secret to Living a Longer and Healthier Life

Precision Diagnostics allows for an intimate look inside your body so you can reach optimal health by catching major illnesses early – before they can cause harm.


Tony Robbins Debuts New Book "Life Force"

Watch Fountain Life Co-Founder, Tony Robbins, speak about his new book "Life Force" on local and national media outlets.


Private Club Partners With Fountain Life to Create One of the World's First 'Biotech Bars'

Life-saving precision diagnostics services that can be ordered through a high-touch, white-glove operating system aimed to make ordering biotech as simple as ordering a rideshare.


New AI Technology Can Prevent Diabetes

Eighty-four million Americans have pre-diabetes, and that number is rising. Early detection is crucial to halt disease progression. This non-invasive technology provides real-time biofeedback that can enable life-saving behavior changes.


Breast Cancer Awareness & Early Detection

Early Detection is Key to Winning. October is breast cancer awareness month and a reminder of how critical proactive steps are for early detection and not only winning the fight against disease but thriving.


Preventing Diabetes Before Diagnosis

“If it’s white, don’t bite,". It’s at the foundation of many medical problems. It’s in some ways the quiet killer.


Being Proactive with Alzheimer's Disease

While genetics and DNA are Alzheimer’s-inducing factors that of course cannot be changed, there are thankfully ways to help slow down its onset or possibly prevent its severity.


What is Heart Health?

Over 800,000 Americans die from cardiovascular disease every year. Additionally, 160,000 heart disease deaths are people under 65.


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