Americans may be overly optimistic when it comes to thinking they won't ever be diagnosed with a serious illness or experience an accident, according to a recent survey.
Six out of ten workers believe it's not very or not at all likely they or a family member will be diagnosed with a serious illness like cancer, and 55% of respondents say they were not very or not at all likely to be diagnosed with a chronic illness, such as heart disease or diabetes.
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