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Being lovesick was a real disease in the Middle Ages (in The Conversation)

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This article was published in 'The Conversation' in time for Valentine's Day. It discusses the 'real' condition of lovesickness in the Middle Ages and the cures available.

Published: 2017
Online Access: https://theconversation.com/being-lovesick-was-a-real-disease-in-the-middle-ages-70919
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