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Biometric Screening

A biometric screening is a clinical assessment that is done to measure and monitor certain health indicators. This can include height, weight, body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, blood cholesterol levels, and blood sugar levels. A typical biometric screening in performed by a medical professional in a clinic setting, and includes a fasting blood draw. The information collected during a biometric screening can be used to determine if someone is at a high risk for chronic illness. Regular biometric screening can also monitor any changes that develop over time. 

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