Proof POSITIVE: A good attitude can help you push past limitations

Noe Pagán, Camille
September 2012
Arthritis Today;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p25
The article suggests that having a positive attitude and letting go of depressive thoughts can help in reducing the pain and enjoying life more for arthritis patients.


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