Up to 80 percent of those surveyed have lied to their doctor about information that could impact their health, including accurately describing their diet and how often they exercise. When survey participants explained their reasoning for doing so, they said that they wanted to avoid being judged and didn't want to be lectured about how bad certain behaviors were.
Up to 80 percent of those surveyed have lied to their doctor about information that could impact their health, including accurately describing their diet and how often they exercise. When survey participants explained their reasoning for doing so, they said that they wanted to avoid being judged and didn't want to be lectured about how bad certain behaviors were.