Unveiling the Body's Response: How Seeing a Sick Person Prepares You for Illness


According to studies by Patricia Lopes at Chapman University, seeing a sick person causes our bodies to go through a biochemical reaction that gets us ready for diseases. It illustrates how infections have knock-on consequences that affect other people's health and behaviour. Stressing the interdependence of people within social groupings, it may act as a protective mechanism but does not take the role of vaccinations.

Abstract Written By:
Denson Natividad
November 29, 2023

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