Dr. Cynthia Haines and The New Prescription: Timing Can Make All the Difference in Screenings

TimingIt resembles that in fairy tales and bedtime stories something is always too huge or too little.

No one’s feet were the correct size for the glass slipper but Cinderella’s. When Alice was in Wonderland, she searched herself increasing and shrinking to inconvenient sizes. Goldilocks found most of the porridge too hot or cold and the chairs too big or small.

We run into the same thing here in the real world, inclusively of the health care sphere. Exactly, health care suppliers often scan people for disorders too often or not often enough. And just as a glass slipper won’t operate you any good if it’s cutting into your foot or falling off, screenings can become a cause of problems if they’re not done on the best plan.