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People who don’t know they have health problems rate their own health as good, according to a new study, but their self-image worsens when they’re aware of their diagnosis.

Could ignorance of illness be better for mental health?

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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who don’t know they have health problems rate their own health as good, according to a new study, but their self-image worsens when they’re aware of their diagnosis.

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