Study suggests letting teens ask about health issues at doctor visits  The C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health showed that 89% of parents accompanied their teens to visits to the doctor, two-thirds of whom filled out health history and other forms for their children. The findings, based on a survey of 1,517 parents of teenagers, revealed that just 5% of teens were able to ask questions about health issues independently and only 15% asked to do so. Researchers said parents should give their teens a chance to ask their own questions. United Press International (12/14)