Daniela Ruah is making sure her health is in tip-top shape, and she is taking fans along with her on her wellness journey.
The NCIS: Los Angeles star – whose time on the NBC procedural comes to an end in May with the show ending after fourteen seasons – opened up with her followers about a recent health check-in she had.
Following the update, fans praised her for her transparency, and were eager that good news came out of the test.
Daniela took to Instagram to share an update from her recent visit to Prenuvo, a new company for "proactive whole-body MRI screening," which has been recently promoted by various celebrities and influencers, such as Daniela, The Vampire Diaries stars Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder, Jane the Virgin actor Jaime Camil, as well as influencers Christina "Tinx" Najjar and Brittany Xavier.
"Hey everyone, this is a long, long overdue update about my head-to-toe scan at Prenuvo that I did in January," said Daniela in the new video shared Monday.
She said: "If you guys remember in my last post, I was concerned about my migraines and about my family history of strokes."
Daniela had positive results and news for her fans, and revealed: "Fortunately, no indicators were found that I am in danger in the near future, so I was relieved about that."
Promoting the company, she further said: "I got my results on the app, which was extremely easy to use actually," explaining: "The things that were healthy showed up in green, the things that were found that did not need immediate attention show up in yellow… The things that would be dangerous for us show up in red, I didn't have any of those."
She concluded: "All the other things that were found were very normal for my age and I was very happy with the results, so I'll be going back in another year or two to check on myself again. You guys should check it out too."
Fans quickly expressed their relief over the good results and praised her for being candid about her health journey, writing in the comments section under the post: "I am sooooo happy and relieved that they didn't find any dangerous things or warning signs," and: "That's wonderful news! I'm sure you and your family are breathing a big sigh of relief," as well as: "That's fantastic news. Congrats Dani and stay safe."
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