Would You Want to Know Your Risk of Having a Heart Attack in the Next Five Years?

Considering a recent study shows that, in specific circumstances, treatment is not helpful, what good would such knowledge do? Dalrymple can think of only one benefit:

Of course, if we fell into the [lower] risk group, we might feel slightly better, for, regrettably, it is a comfort to us to know that others are worse off than we.

Read the piece at PJMedia

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