Curiosity drives us to acquire useful information, to find solutions to challenges, to solve mysteries–it’s one of the things that motivates us to get out of bed every morning and be excited to start a new day. It’s important to have curiosity about our health challenges–especially in chronic illness. The best doctors have a strong curiosity. We improve quality of life by being curious.
Video: Curiosity for Health and Wellbeing
March 27, 2013 at 9:00 am
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