Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

A Theory of Psychological Inflammation-Reduction

Battling uncertainty, inefficiency, and non-alignment

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We know what biological inflammation is — flare-ups of pain and swelling running the gamut from quotidian activities like skinning your knee to hospital-plopping ailments like pneumonia. The word ‘inflammation’ surfaces in medical offices with doctors scrunching up their faces in benevolent…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Lauren Reiff

Lauren Reiff

Writer of economics, psychology, and lots in between. laurennreiff@gmail.com

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