November 14, 2013
Preliminary research has detected brain differences between social individuals and people who are more isolated. Researchers say the findings could provide greater insight into human interactions.
Writing in the New York Times, Bellevue Hospital physician and author Danielle Ofri explains why doctors sharing personal stories with patients can be detrimental to their care.
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