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The worried young adult as a primary care patient. Family Practice 2005; 22: 406-411. Background. Being worried about one's complaint is common among primary health care patients. Persistent and intensive worry may, however, have negative consequences. Objectives. We explored complaint-related worry and factors associated with it among 18-to 39-year-old primary health care patients. Methods. Sixty-two patients evaluated the intensity of their worry and the severity of their complaint beforedoi:10.1093/fampra/cmi038 pmid:15897207 fatcat:vfhpviskwbdg7olhkr3agl4wci