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ITEMS OF INTEREST

ITEMS OF INTEREST

From the October 15, 2007 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel


MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS OBSERVE HOW THOUGHT AFFECTS TREATMENT EVERY DAY, many of us take clinically proven drugs that fail to work as planned or that trigger unexplained side-effects. The reasons for this can be chemically complex, but new research suggests that there may also be a far simpler explanation: we think that they are having a bad effect.