"Medical Manners" debuted on Everyday Health in 2014 and metaphorically struck a nerve, with questions coming in daily from real people (parents, siblings, friends, co-workers) as well as health professionals. The only advice column of its kind, "Medical Manners" tackled some of the most irksome patient questions, such as: "What to do when your doctor is late?" and "New rules for doctor-patient introductions."
Here are a few of the questions this column addressed:
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