A new CVS policy requires workers who use employee medical
insurance to be medically screened for measurements of their weight, body fat
and glucose levels and report the findings to the insurer. Employees are asked
to sign a statement that their action is voluntary, but those who refuse face a
$600 a year hike in their insurance cost. Privacy experts are worried. The
company says it's an effort to promote good health. Read the story in the
Boston Herald here.