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check-up

General term for a visit to a health care provider for a history and physical examination.
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During the check-ups, participants were quizzed about their lifestyle, including their eating and sleep habits as well as alcohol and tobacco use.
Dr Dipak Shukla, CEO, PSRI multi-specialty hospital said, "We have organized health check-up camps to celebrate our Founder's Day.
Free check-ups will also be conducted in far-flung and remote areas of the country where dentists are not available, through mobile dental vans.
This will not be the only point of discussion with it as MEPs have also subscribed to the Commission's idea to make technical check-ups compulsory for trailers of less than 3.
In 1979, the Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination recommended against annual general health check-ups.
getting people involved in actively encouraging their family and friends to the check-up points, thereby creating a movement of sorts.
Ali al-Zein, a staff worker at the Maintenance Department of the Zahrani Check-up Center dismissed claims that his department was contributing to such illegal services.
To register for a check-up at Newcastle's Dental Hospital, leave a name and number on (0191) 282-5000.
However, while the technology to give comprehensive check-ups exists in Mexico, many people still prefer the "don't go near a doctor until there is a problem" approach.
THE lives of thousands of diabetics are being put at risk because of a two-year waiting list for check-ups.
Karen Jenkins, 60, from Newton Mearns, near Glasgow, had a lump removed from her breast two years ago, and was due to attend her six-monthly check-up in January.
If you have not had a check-up in the last one to two years, you may have problems with your eyes that you are not aware of, or your contact lenses may not correct your vision well.