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Can a nice doctor make treatments more effective?
by Lauren C. Howe and Kari Leibowitz
The New York Times Translate This Article
22 January 2019
On 22 January 2019 The New York Times reported:
Connecting with patients doesn't just make them think someone cares. It can make a difference for health outcomes. Research in the psychology department at Stanford University found that having a doctor who is warm and reassuring has a positive impact on health outcomes, which goes to show that physicians' words may be more powerful than we realize.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of health, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Even a brief reassurance to a patient from a doctor might relieve the patient's symptoms faster.
... Particularly as artificial intelligence promises a world where we don't need to go to the doctor for minor questions, we should not overlook the value of interacting with a human doctor and hearing words of encouragement.
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