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NI findings that might not only supplement standard high-quality medical care, but synergize with treatment benefits."

Dr. Hall emphasizes that there is too much uncertainty to draw a direct cause and effect line between emotions, or personality, and disease. "Getting any illness is like playing the lottery. You've got to have all the numbers lined up to get the disease," he said. "One of those numbers is your genetic blueprint, but genes only determine probability, not causality. There has to be something to activate or deactivate genes. It could be a behavioral factor like how you cope with stress or your social support system. It could be any number of environmental factors that can impact biology nutrition, how much you exercise, how much sleep you get, how much caffeine or alcohol you pour into your body, whether you take drugs."

While no one is to blame for their health consequences, everyone can learn how to take a more active role in preventing illness, improving quality of life and take advantage of therapies that may allow traditional medical treatments to work better, Dr. Hall said.

"There are scientifically based things you can do, like mindfulness meditation, stress management or reframing exercises, that can make a significant difference in promoting your overall health in ways you may have never imagined."


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Contact: Anne DeLotto Baier
abaier@health.usf.edu
813-974-3300
University of South Florida Health
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