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The Anxiety Factor in Health and Well-being
Harry L. Mills, Ph.D. and Joyce Mills, M.S.,M.Ed.


 The World Health Organization (WHO) definition of health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being. It seems increasingly clear that the naive notion that a germ automatically leads to illness is no longer acceptable, although much of the lay public subscribes to the theory. Today we know that the idea of a single external cause, such as a germ, is oversimplified. The presence of the germ does not always cause the illness. The vulnerability of the person or the host animal is a major factor and that vulnerability is influenced by such factors as immunity and stress levels. So the cause of illness is not quite as simple as we once thought. Stress is a growing concern. Preview Wellscripts, our health and well-being BLOG.