Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 2nd, 2003
The survey, conducted by the Merck Institute of Aging & Health (MIAH), said half of all adults questioned are worried that an adequate number of trained healthcare personnel may not be available when they need care. It also shows that by 53% to 45%, women were significantly more likely than men to be "very" or "somewhat" worried about a trained healthcare force.
Women were also more concerned about being able to take care of themselves by 47-38%.
The study was conducted by the Merck Institute of...
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