Unwind by Neal Shusterman — it's a little twisted to count this as Be Well, but in this story, Connor, Risa and Lev are all scheduled to be unwound - harvested for parts. Sounds gruesome, but the author poses some interesting questions about life and ethics.
Afterward, I found some related reading materials:
Dancing in the streets: a history of collective joy by Barbara Ehrenreich — I slogged through this, but really enjoyed this look at the place of dancing within community rituals. The author connects community dance to depression, revolution, politics, religion, and it's all fascinating, if a bit dry at times.
- A rare disorder characterized by inflammation of the muscles and the skin
- Its cause is unknown but it may result from either a viral infection or autoimmune reaction
- Occurs in all ages but most common among middle-age adults and school-age children
- Women are most frequently affected
- Actor Laurence Olivier suffered from this disease in 1974 and nearly died