Share Your Story, Share Better Health

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“Telling and listening to stories is the way we make sense of our lives,” said Dr. Thomas K. Houston, lead author of the study and a researcher at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester and the Veterans Affairs medical center in Bedford, Mass. “That natural tendency may have the potential to alter behavior and improve health.”

To learn more, read the full column, “When Patients Share Their Stories, Health May Improve,” and then please share your story.

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