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‘Scientific wellness’ study divides researchers

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Science  28 Jul 2017:
Vol. 357, Issue 6349, pp. 345
DOI: 10.1126/science.357.6349.345

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  • RE: Scientific wellness
    • Silvio Pitlik, Physician, Visiting Scientist, Weizmann Institute of Science
    • Other Contributors:
      • Nina Pitlik, Pharmacologist, The Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo

    Performing myriads of unnecessary tests brings wellness only to the company that sells them. Wellness to people can be achieved only by adopting scientifically proven beneficial life style changes. Nobody is going to be harmed from the latter approach.

    Competing Interests: None declared.

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