As a doctor, I really think of your medical record as mine
And as an attorney, I can tell you you are wrong; your patients' medical records belong to your patients, not you. Similarly, my client files belong to my clients, not me. How anyone could get through medical school or law school and not understand this is beyond me. I think one factor that accounts for a doctor's or lawyer's reluctance to release their records to their clients or patients(and I've experienced both) is that free records access empowers the consumer to seek the opinion of another professional. Placing road blocks and hassles to free record access is also used as a client/patient retention mechanism.
No, because mac users come from all walks of life and most of them are grown up people living on their own instead of little trolls living in their mother's basements obsessed with anal rape and apple users.
Mr. Pot, I would like to introduce you to Mr. Kettle.