It’s probably safe to say that you’ve been to the doctor at least once in your adult life. So you can probably relate to this:
You’re sitting on the exam room table in your physician’s office. In your head, there’s a lengthy list of questions related to the reason for your visit – an aching back, perhaps, or persistent heartburn, maybe a minor sprain – and you’re hoping you don’t forget any of them. Your doctor walks into the exam room after what feels like an eternity, even though it’s probably only been 10 minutes, and asks, “How are you today?”
“I’m fine,” you answer.
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