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Living Right: The Dangers Of Lying About Your Health

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Honesty is the best policy.

So let's be honest here, do you tell your doctor the truth? 

If you don't, you could be putting yourself and others in danger.  

Apparently the lying goes both ways.  

A study published in the Journal of Health Affairs last year found that over one-tenth of more than 1800 physicians surveyed had told patients something untrue in the previous year.

Sara Simnitch has confessions from patients, and the risk you may be putting yourself in, in tonight's Living Right.

 

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