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“What’s important about touch?” – that was one of the questions Veronique Cardon asked when she interviewed me last week for a program on The Science of Touch  for Princeton Community Access Television.

Here was my answer:

“We all know how harmful stress is to your health. Stress is synonymous with social isolation. And the most immediate way to establish a social connection, reduce stress, and improve your health is with touch.”

Dr. Lavine has been an innovator in the use of movement and touch to promote health since 1981. He practices in New York City and Princeton, NJ.


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