LUBBOCK, Texas -- United Supermarkets here is expanding its pharmacies' patient-care services. Already in the business of performing immunizations and blood-pressure screenings, the 38-store chain is now helping customers manage their cholesterol levels as well. Early last month United began rolling out sophisticated cholesterol-monitoring devices to its pharmacies. The machines, manufactured by Hayward, Calif.-based Cholestech Corp., will be in all 25 United stores with pharmacies by ...

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