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More than 41,000 people offered health check in Hertfordshire
More than 41,000 people were offered NHS health check appointments in the last year.
Hertfordshire County Council’s latest figures show a significant increase in the number of residents offered a NHS Health Check since the programme started in April 2009.
The NHS Health Check is given free to residents aged between 40 and 74 who do not already have a pre-existing condition and aims to identify those at risk of serious, but potentially avoidable, conditions such as diabetes, stroke and heart disease.
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