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Erdman, Susan E (2016)
Publisher: Impact Journals
Journal: Aging (Albany NY)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Editorial, microbiota, oxytocin, social health, aging, spirituality
We all want to live a long life with ‘good health’. But what does that really mean? Clinicians often define ‘good health’ as the absence of disease. Indeed, modern biomedical research focuses on finding remedies for specific ailments, that, when absent, will yield ‘good health’.

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