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Randox Health introduce General Health Home testing kit

Posted: 12th September 2023

Global leaders in Diagnostics, Randox have introduced their new home testing kit for General Health.

The Randox Health, General Health home-testing kit allows you to understand your general health better with a comprehensive check of your cholesterol levels, liver function, iron levels and diabetes risk. The home test is available from £69.

Through testing each of these areas, gain actionable insights capable pf changing your health for the better. Our easy-to-interpret General Health test report will provide a breakdown of your results, what they mean and next steps available.

With Randox Health testing you can possess the knowledge to not only understand your current health status but also unlock the power to help improve and enhance your quality of life, through the lens of preventative healthcare.

With unrivalled insights into your health and modifiable risk factors associated with your unique biochemical fingerprint. Armed with this knowledge, you gain the ability to make informed choices, proactively shape your lifestyle, and venture towards age-defying viability, embracing a higher standard of wellbeing.

Randox Health’s home-testing range allows you to own your health and test for a range of key health concerns including Heart Health, PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen), Vitamin D, Covid-19 antibody, Thyroid Health, Vitamin B12 and AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) from the comfort of your own home with convenient home sample collection kits.

Why Get Tested?

If you’re not sure where to start with regards to looking at your health, our general health test kit is the perfect place to start. With this test we can establish a baseline on your health status by looking at cholesterol levels that can report risks of anaemia or haemochromatosis and a diabetes risk assessment that can identify type 2 diabetes at its most preventable stage.

Symptoms don’t have to be immediately apparent for any of the above conditions to be present, so a regular review of your health data is essential to understanding and maintaining consistently good health and wellbeing.

How it works; Collect your blood sample at home, an instructional video can be found on the Randox Health website. Register your Unique Reference Number (URN) online and return your sample to the lab for testing. Results will be available within 2-3 working days from receipt of sample at lab. Optional consultation with a MyHealthCare Doctor is also available.

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