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.
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