KIOSKS HAVE ADVANCED to networked-wireless information outlets that are now being used in diagnostic health testing. As such, kiosks have the potential to drive new customer traffic to supermarket pharmacies for free medical information. In turn, supermarkets are providing a community service and have a chance to build loyalty and additional sales. The devices have the capability to zero in on specific ethnic populations that may be prone to certain chronic health conditions. EyeSite from ...

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