Scanned 2 nearly identicle Centos 6.5 servers. One, which Irecently updqated the openssl on comes up as vulnerable to Heartbleed ( as well as OpenSSL CCS vulnerability (CVE-2014-0224) ). The version of openssl on this server is openssl-1.0.1e-30.e16_52.x86_64, which was compiled on Oct 16, 2014.
When i test on an identicle server ( except with an older versiopn of openssl ) it comes up as clean. This other ser is using openssl-1.0.1e-16.e16_52.x86_64, which was compiled on June 5th 2014, and appears to be an older version of openssl.
So I am left thinking that either SSL Labs is giving me fasl positives because the openssl is so new, or they reintroduced these vulnerabilities in the latest update.