A survey commissioned by a network of primary care physicians reports that Gen Xers. those between the age of 36 and 51, go the doctor less and have fewer annual physical exams than baby boomers.
A survey commissioned by a network of primary care physicians reports that Gen Xers. those between the age of 36 and 51, go the doctor less and have fewer annual physical exams than baby boomers. Reagan Branham TNS
A survey commissioned by a network of primary care physicians reports that Gen Xers. those between the age of 36 and 51, go the doctor less and have fewer annual physical exams than baby boomers. Reagan Branham TNS

They hate doctors. They don’t exercise enough. But they want to live forever.

March 06, 2017 04:58 PM

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