We all harbor secrets. Some are big and bad; some are small and trivial. Researchers have parsed which truths to tell and which not to.
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Anne Moyer, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Social and Health Psychology at Stony Brook University.
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Assessing risk for cancer through genetic testing is an important advancement for early detection and prevention—but some argue that the issue is more complex.
One study of cancer patients reporting some type of sleep difficulty at the start of their treatment showed rates close to 60 percent.
Recent research suggests that a significant minority of cancer patients are susceptible to opioid overuse.
Researchers are beginning to recognize the interconnectedness of human and companion animal health.
In recent years, an emphasis on patient autonomy has increased individuals’ involvement in their health care decisions.