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A shocking number of physicians are missing information that could save your life. We take a look at some of the common mistakes made when treating menopause, diabetes, back pain and more.Read More..
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|35 Secrets your doctor would never share untill now1|
Reader’s Digest offered a group of doctors a chance to tell it like it really is, and GPs, surgeons, psychiatrists, obstetricians and other specialists took the challenge. Some wanted to be anonymous; some didn’t care. But all of them revealed funny, frightening or downright shocking things that can help you be a better, smarter patient.
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It's always a good idea to take your medication with you to the emergency department, if possible.
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