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checkup

Med a medical examination, esp one taken at regular intervals to verify a normal state of health or discover a disease in its early stages
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Had it not been for Grace's regular check-up, her scoliosis might not have been detected until years later, when her school district performed screenings at age 12.
In 1979, the Canadian Task Force on the Periodic Health Examination recommended against annual general health check-ups.
The check-up is a detailed study of the reliability of the car's mechanics and its exterior.
In previous months, the campaign has visited Deira City Center and Dubai Mall as well as labour camps throughout the nation, offering dental check-ups to residents and workers who stopped by.
Whether it's an oversensitive tooth or a filling that's fallen out, the pain endured and the time lost trying to fix the problem is never worth skipping the dentist and many of these problems can be avoided with regular check-ups.
Whenever an animal is sedated for inoculation or veterinary care, we check the teeth as routine, and several species have monthly check-ups.
Labour reforms mean two-thirds of schools no longer offer dental check-ups, a service which was first established in 1918, the Tories claim.
Commenting on the visit, Ms Sznapka said: "Local community opticians are ideally placed to provide NHS patients with routine check-ups and can help patients to manage their eye health in a community setting.
But I've always gone for check-ups - it's something you just have to do - and now I've got a really lovely dentist in Liverpool.
EVERY Maine child receives a little something extra during check-ups from birth to age 5: a free book and advice for parents and caregivers on fostering literacy.
Newcastle University students are expanding their services by offering free check-ups on Tyneside for 600 more people at the city's Dental Hospital.
They will give customers "peace of mind and help protect them against the cost of dental check-ups as well as unplanned treatment", Tesco claimed this week.