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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Have you looked under your hood?

Many men would rather diagnose the roar of their muffler than the rasp in their throat; they'd sooner talk about what's going on with their engine's fuel injection system than about their own cardiovascular health.

Dr. Harvey B. Simon, founding editor of the Harvard Men's Health Watch newsletter, came to that conclusion after 33 years working as a primary-care internist at Massachusetts General Hospital, he writes in today's Washington Post.

Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 07:32 AM
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