It's time to mind your body

Deas, Gerald W.
September 2008
New York Amsterdam News;9/4/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 37, p36
The author reflects on the significance of incorporating the mind into the healing process of the body. He stresses the importance of getting annual checkups and offers tips on the questions a patient must ask to a physician. He asserts that if the patient do not understand the medical terms, he must ask the physician to break it down in layman's term. He suggests that patients must choose their doctor.


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