Did you know that the average doctor-patient interaction in the US lasts for a mere seven minutes? How does one discuss lifestyle changes, patient progress, and a preventive Wholistic Wellbeing plan in just seven minutes?
Dung Trinh, chief medical officer at Irvine Clinical Research, feels that since our healthcare system profits from our illnesses, the focus is on sick care through prescriptions and curative treatments. The day we start thinking of prevention in terms of improving our sleep, following a nutrition plan, or looking after our lifestyle, we’ll feel happier and healthier.
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