In today’s fast-paced world, it’s fascinating and somewhat perplexing to observe how differently people approach food and healthcare.

Many indulge enthusiastically in street foods like Pani Puri from roadside vendors, often prepared under questionable hygienic conditions. Despite the apparent risks, there’s a strong urge to indulge in these delicacies. Similarly, many well-known restaurants continue to serve meals made with ingredients past their shelf life. Patrons pay a premium for these dishes, often without a second thought about the potential health hazards, and wait in long lines for a taste.

In stark contrast, the scenario changes dramatically when these same individuals visit a doctor’s clinic or hospital. There’s impatience, demands for discounts, and skepticism about prescribed treatments. Patients frequently ask, “Is this medicine safe?” or outright refuse it, deeming it unsafe. What can a doctor do in such a scenario?

Let’s prioritize our health with the same trust and patience we have for street food and dining out. After all, health is wealth. Let’s give our healthcare the respect and attention it deserves.

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