Flashy cars, chainsaws, cross-legged coffees and botox before 40: The everyday dangers specialist doctors say they avoid

Their medical careers have influenced the risks they are willing to take.

It might be cutting up a grape, avoiding kids and horses or settling for a 1956 Morris Minor instead of a flashy car.

Doctors see stuff most other people don’t, which can have an indelible impact on the everyday risks they are willing to let themselves, or their loved ones, take.