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This week from HHP: The science of fright
- Author: Anthony Komaroff, MD,
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This is quite interesting. I think I definitely have that personality type and really enjoy being scared! Thanks Dr. Komaroff!
I read Dr. Komaroff’s and found it very interesting but some how, using myself as an example I just cannot see why someone can have joy in being scared. I took note of the type of personality the he says like being scared (Type T). I would like to see some more scientific conclusions. However I found I did enjoy reading his article.
This is a very good article.
Health is all faces are important to consider.
Good health is the result of a good life.
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