Your Mood Can Predict How Well Your Surgery Goes: TIME

A new study sheds light on an unexpected factor in surgical outcomes. If a patient is in a bad mood, their medical procedure may not go as smoothly, according to a new study.

Feeling anxious, stressed or all-around crummy could impact the outcome of a surgical procedure like an angioplasty, suggests the research, which was presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.

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