Is there any relationship between what you say and the diseases you suffer?

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Briana

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Briana asked the Naked Scientists:

I've heard recently that there's a correlation between what you say and
the disease you can get, such as "he makes my head hurt"and you get a brain dysfunction, or "he's a pain in my ass" and have a GI
problem...is this the power of suggestion at work, or just a myth?

What do you think?

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paul.fr

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Yes. I used to walk down the street shouting abuse at people, "oi, you're a great lover"..."wow, thats big" and so forth.

Or it could be just a myth.

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I know a restaurant where if you order the chili, you'll get sick. 

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There is a definite relationship between me & my greatest cause of suffering. It's called marriage!!!
If brains were made of dynamite, I wouldn't have enough to blow my nose.

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That's not very nice Don.
Nothing is absolute. It takes a thousand people to make a stereotype, only one to grind it into the dust.

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That's not very nice Don.

You're telling me!!!
If brains were made of dynamite, I wouldn't have enough to blow my nose.

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I know that if your really stressed out and you say things that keep you stressed or depressed, then your immmune system will be weakened.

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Offline Nobody's Confidant

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Danactive commercials are not reliable sources.
Nothing is absolute. It takes a thousand people to make a stereotype, only one to grind it into the dust.