Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) May 21, 2014
"Everyone I know talks about their cholesterol," said an inventor from Oakland Park, Fla. "All of us have to go to the doctor whenever we want our cholesterol levels checked. This is inconvenient and expensive, which is why I came up with a way to test your cholesterol at home."
He developed the Cholesterol Reader to effectively notify the user of levels of cholesterol. The unit is unobtrusive and simple to operate. The invention could preclude the need to visit a physician to be tested. The accessory enables the individual to check levels at any time or place. Furthermore, it provides added peace of mind and features a compact, portable design.
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