Visiting the sick and dying in hospital
Do you believe that visiting a sick person in hospital and cheering them up can sometimes help them recover more quickly or even live longer?
I believe so. Studies have found that when you cheer up a sick person, it gives their immune system a boost.
Personally i think yes, at least for most people it should help.
But if it wont at lest the person will live his days better.
Yes. Human beings have needs for social interaction and communication. They can benefit from the kindness and consideration of others and having the support of others has been shown to facilitate healing and recovery.
Yes. I believe that with constant love and support by relative and friends the recovery period of a person will be faster. If you are interested to attend a medical billing schools, visit http://advantmedicalbilling.com/medical … g-schools/
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