At-home health kits gain popularity but concerns abound

08/25/2008 | Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.), The

Online and retail sales of at-home health kits are a $773 million-a-year business geared toward helping patients monitor a growing number of health issues, including blood pressure, glucose, ovulation cycles and cholesterol. Health care providers are concerned about the reliability and quality of the products, as well as how patients are using the information to manage their health.

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