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checkup

(chĕk′ŭp′)
n.
A general physical examination.

checkup

See Yearly checkup.
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On February 2, Nawaz was shifted to Services Hospital on the advice of a special medial board, which recommended his admission to a multidisciplinary health facility for several checkups. However, just three days later, Nawaz refused to get further checkups done and insisted on going back to the prison.
Bear in mind that when the Password Checkup extension is up and running on your Chrome browser, Google will be reading your usernames and passwords every time you log into a website.
He said to have a medical checkup to his satisfaction was his fundamental right.
Corporate health checkups are a mandate for every company, be it small or big.
However, one of the areas that isn't covered in the article that I want to focus on is the difference between a checkup for a veteran living in a rural area and one in a non-rural area.
The pilot demonstration, which involved 24 married couples at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, and Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, showed that the Marriage Checkup worked in non-university settings with real-world limitations.
Table 6: Depicts the fact about how many underwent an eye checkup before getting the license.
The current Child Protection Checkup is available on Fostering Media Connections' website here: http://fosteringmediaconnections.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/L.A._Child_Protection_Checkup_08.05.14_FINAL.pdf.
It explains what a marriage checkup is, its rationale, and basic structure; the basics of working with couples in brief interventions; adapting therapeutic assessment, motivational interviewing, and integrative couple therapy to a marriage checkup; the goals of motivational feedback to promote couples' relational health; the procedures for conducting a session; writing the feedback report and conducting the feedback session; addressing common areas of concern and presenting couples' strengths, with discussion of how specific issues are addressed and framed within existing research, how they are described in the feedback report, and options presented to couples for addressing issues; and findings and future directions for marriage checkup research.
Therefore, we generated an MOH e-appointment on March 9 and we have just received the result, following the checkup last week.
Men too are encouraged to avail of the free checkup as 1 in 1000 men are affected by breast cancer.