Dr. Kelli Harding is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center. She is a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, as well as boarded in the specialty of psychosomatic (mind-body) medicine. Kelli works in the emergency room at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, NPR, The New York Times, Medscape, WFUV's Cityscape, and US News & World Report.
"A beautifully written, inspiring book! The Rabbit Effect is
truly eye opening and a joy to read. It illuminates vital public
health research showing kindness in our day-to-day lives can make
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for anyone who wants to live more healthfully."--Christy Turlington
Burns, humanitarian and CEO of Every Mother Counts
"In this brilliant and delightfully practical book, Dr. Kelli Harding unveils the hidden factors that determine our health and well-being. . . . The Rabbit Effect's radical argument is that the most promising remedies for our biomedical problems will come from the social world, not the doctor's office or pharmaceutical lab."--Eric Klinenberg, #1 New York Times bestselling coauthor of Modern Romance and author of Palaces for the People