Friday, May 28, 2010
There is an important medical condition so obvious that I can diagnose it without performing a singlediagnostic test. I can spot it the instant a patient walks into my office. It's so common that I see it everywhere — at malls, in restaurants, on the golf course, and strolling down the street. It has reached epidemic proportions in the United States. I'm sure you've seen it, too, among your family and friends, and maybe when you look in the mirror.