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Kiosks allow customers to do own health checks while shopping

8:21 PM, Feb. 22, 2013
Aleisha Butler, 24, of Alexandria, Va., uses a SoloHealth Station to screen her vision, blood pressure, weight and body mass index.
Aleisha Butler, 24, of Alexandria, Va., uses a SoloHealth Station to screen her vision, blood pressure, weight and body mass index.
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Perched by a computer monitor wedged between shelves of cough drops and the pharmacy in a bustling Walmart in Sterling, Va., Mohamed Khader taps out answers to questions such as his age, how often he eats vegetables and whether anyone in his family has diabetes.

He tests his eyesight, weighs himself and checks his blood pressure as a middle-aged couple watches at the blue-and-white SoloHealth station advertising "free health screenings."

"You may not go to the doctor every year, but you come to Walmart often," said the fit-looking 43-year-old Khader who lives in Ashburn, Va. "I get bored ...

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