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  • Patients with mental illness less likely to receive diet, exercise advice

    Health care providers are less likely to counsel patients with mental illness about dietary intake or exercise, despite these patients' greater utilization of medical services and increased risks of many diseases, according to new research by Xiaoling Xiang, a doctoral candidate in social work.

    Health care providers are less likely to counsel patients with mental illness about dietary intake or exercise, despite these patients' greater utilization of medical services and increased risks of many diseases, according to new research by Xiaoling Xiang, a doctoral candidate in social work.

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