A prominent Canadian health publisher went to his family doctor for a checkup. At the end of it he said that he had a few other things he wanted to ask her. “Make another appointment,” she said as she turned and left the examining room. He was startled and later, after consulting his medical friends about his two questions, he realized that it would have taken her two or three minutes, at most, to deal with them. (His questions were about a discoloration of the skin around his eyes and a muscular pain in his shoulder.)
What will he do next? He says he will speak to her about it.