Good health

Several newspapers in the United States have taken to putting out sizable, twice-yearly magazine supplements called "Good Health." Apparently, reader polls show this is a number one concern. Scarcely a local television station now lacks its resident, kindly but firm, medical authority.

At the same time we're seeing a rapidly growing recognition that people's mental attitudes affect their health. For example, in a recent global analysis of research on risk factors in disease, professors of public health at the University of California, Berkeley, have found that a feeling of lack of control over one's destiny is a powerful factor in disease.

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