Research Shows Close Ties Between Mental, Physical Health Frank Browning reports on research that may dispute the centuries-old theory that the source of depression is in the brain. The new findings suggest that physical health may play a bigger role in determining one's psychological well-being.
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Research Shows Close Ties Between Mental, Physical Health

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Research Shows Close Ties Between Mental, Physical Health

Research Shows Close Ties Between Mental, Physical Health

Research Shows Close Ties Between Mental, Physical Health

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Frank Browning reports on research that may dispute the centuries-old theory that the source of depression is in the brain. The new findings suggest that physical health may play a bigger role in determining one's psychological well-being.