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Is it all right to say "he was anxious for me, but about my health? Thank you

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    Capital H for He.

    Sra

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    Capital H for He.

    Sra

    P.S. What about: "He was anxious about my health?"

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    It's an awkward sentence. This would be better:

    He was concerned about my health.

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