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Dr. Esther Sternberg of the National Institutes of Health describes the medical community’s recent breakthroughs in understanding what’s known as "the mind-body connection." She joins Diane to talk about her new book, and about the research she and others are conducting on how emotions and health affect each other.
- Dr. Esther Sternberg National Institutes of Health, author
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