Friday, 3 March 2017

The Distructive Effect Of Hatred

Is Hatred An Illness?

Here is food for thought!


 No community or nation should be considered healthy if hatred is pervasive.

 What may seem like a radical idea at first glance actually falls in line with medicine’s broadening scope. When Brook got his start in the medical field in the 1960s, most people viewed doctors as fixers of broken bones and nemeses of pneumonia. Fast-forward half a century and doctors ask patients about loneliness as routinely as they take temperatures. In a relatively brief span of time, medicine has evolved to encompass preventative care, while also recognizing the complex factors that can influence an individual’s health.
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