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  • Busy workers can still make it to the doctor
  • Busy workers can still make it to the doctor
    David Tan (2014) ©
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Busy workers can still make it to the doctor

Most healthcare clinics operate during office hours and require long waits, making it difficult for working people to visit unless something serious happens. Subsequently, minor health problems often go ignored or undertreated. Now, time-poor commuters no longer have to ignore health concerns.

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