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WHEN DOCTORS PUBLICIZE THEIR FITNESS: “We found that participants who were overweight believed that…

WHEN DOCTORS PUBLICIZE THEIR FITNESS: “We found that participants who were overweight believed that the fit doctors would disapprove of patients with unhealthy habits, and as a result overweight participants preferred physicians who did not advertise their fitness. Interestingly, in our studies, doctors who emphasized their healthy habits were no more appealing to patients who […]
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