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Is My Doctor Trying to Cure Me, Or Looking to Party?

“How often do you drink alcohol” is a valid medical question

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The first time they meet you, doctors can seem pretty nosey. They’re holding a pen and paper, or typing on a computer, while asking some deeply personal questions.




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Bashar Salame

Bashar Salame

Chiropractor/Nutritionist/Triathlete. Restoring health — Enhancing Life. Beirut Born→ Detroit Bred

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