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Emotional Pain and the Immune System

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Emotional Pain and the Immune System

The brain processes physical pain and heartache in similar ways

By Working Nurse

Anyone who’s ever been single on Valentine’s Day knows that loneliness hurts, but few of us think of this emotional pain as a medical concern. Researchers at UCLA believe that’s a mistake — and argue that loneliness ...

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