Potential employers will discriminate against you and not hire anyone they suspect will increase their medical insurance rates; a fact of life. So if you have any medical issues, keep them to yourself. Don't even tell your real world friends. If you have to tell, then make it only the immediate family and loved ones you trust; and remind them about the posting-on-line caveat.
And certainly protect your kids in this regard. Definitely don't mention any medical problems online.
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And for folks of all ages, don't mention online that you are going to the doctor, hospital, or anywhere else on a particular day. Doing so announces to the world that your home may be vacant for burglars to enter.
And while we are at it...Never make a doctor's appointment for a Monday or a Friday. Both the doctor's office and the medical transportation will be total chaos. Personal experience talking here.
Another note... Pharmacists say don't keep any prescription medications in the bathroom medicine cabinet. I'm guessing this has to do with both heat and humidity issues; especially heat destroys the active ingredients. Same probably applies to OTC medications and vitamin pills. Makes me think that having prescription medicine or anything else that is heat-sensitive mailed to you during the summer months may also not be a good idea.