In an article about general practitioners' workload, this caught me off guard. Certainly not out of character of what some of the medical profession advocate in terms of prevention which includes anti smoking, *** control, seatbelt usage, etc..
>>>These chronic conditions are likely to take up about 10 hours of a doctor’s workday, experts calculate, and acute problems like injuries and infections will occupy another four hours. Then there is also a growing list of potential problems to investigate: hidden addiction, domestic violence, failure to wear bicycle helmets and many more. Running that complete checklist for each patient consumes an estimated seven hours a day.<<<