HEALTHY LIVING
05/21/2009 05:12 am ET Updated Nov 17, 2011

1 In 5 Americans Are Postponing Health Care

Twenty percent of Americans say they have delayed or postponed medical care, mostly doctor visits, and many said cost was the main reason, according to a survey by Thomson Reuters released on Monday.

That figure is up since 2006, the last time the question was asked on the survey, when 15.9 percent of people said they had postponed or canceled medical care in the past year.

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