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It only takes a minute

By Jeffrey Sterling, MD March 29, 2020

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Are you very busy? Imagine, in the midst of all you have to do, expanding an important one minute project to five or ten hours.
Now consider the time it takes to get dressed, travel to an emergency room/doctor’s office, wait in the waiting room, wait in the examination room, wait for the nurse to discharge you, travel part way home, stop for fast food (soooo hungry after all that waiting), to refill the gas tank and finally arrive home.
Done: Medical question answered, though extremely inefficiently. Next time contact your personal healthcare consultant for a fraction of the cost and time.
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