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checkup

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

checkup

See Yearly checkup.
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CNA cited Chen as saying that the purpose of the free checkups is to show that, "We're taking this opportunity to show migrant workers that the city government cares about them." At the event, health care professionals will also include education about other health-related matters such as HIV prevention.
In collaboration with Dubai Health Authority, the campaign will also provide dental checkups, general medical checkups and a blood donation drive.
Dr Tajamul said that a special medical board has been constituted, which held a detailed checkup of Nawaz.
Filipinos should not have to pay for checkup and diagnostic (blood) tests because state-run Philippine Health Insurance Corp.
During the camp, more than 2700 people were screened, of which 1200 received general checkup, 1500 received eye checkup, and 1100 deserving patients were provided with free eyeglasses and medicines.
Post Health Checkup, they cover a wide spectrum of tests, you get free consultations from experienced doctors and dieticians.
I'm writing about the annual physical checkup we need.
Air Force under the dissemination and adaptation phase of the Marriage Checkup, a tool kit for sustaining healthier marriages.
The Child Protection Checkup divides the commission's recommendations into seven broader categories: 1) Consolidation of Authority, 2) Maltreatment Prevention and Early Intervention, 3) General Health and Children's Health, 4) Workforce and Contracts, 5) Child Placement, and 6) Law Enforcement.
In Abu Dhabi, the caravan will be providing health checkups for early cancer detection on February 21st, from 10am to 8pm at Deerfields.
In the United States annual checkups account for more than 8% of doctor visits and cost the health care system $8 billion annually--more than the total health care spending of several states, says the online magazine Slate.