BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- The world's largest retailer is becoming the world's largest family physician as well. Wal-Mart Stores here this year renewed three complementary health screening and preventative care programs. The company last week distributed 4.8 million free copies of a health and wellness book for women; in September, it offered customers a complementary diabetes screening valued at $75; and in February, it offered free cholesterol and blood pressure tests in conjunction with ...
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