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October 2, 2012
It’s not surprising that women are still most responsible for figuring out what to do about family healthcare problems. Studies suggest that we make about 80 percent of healthcare decision for our families and are most likely to be caregivers when a family member falls sick. From day one, we usually find the pediatrician for our kids and take them to the doctor when the need arises, even though fathers, partners, and others play an increasingly larger role. But the most important health choices for this generation of children and ourselves are the ones we, collectively and individually, make...