An increasing number of Americans are turning to their local pharmacy when it comes to diagnosing certain health conditions.
With the many do-it-yourself screening kits now available, people can test their own blood or urine for a number of ailments. Many are doing so with the advice of their physician. Others are doing it out of convenience, privacy and cost, but how accurate are these tests? And how involved should a person be when it comes to running their own medical tests?