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Do you feel at all uncomfortable when people complain around you? If so, there’s good reason. Listening to too much complaining is actually bad for your brain. It affects your mood, can kill off brain cells and makes you less effective. Turns out, neuroscientists can measure brain activity when faced with various stimuli, including a…

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Grads of Life

Many of us grow up with the expectation of our parents; to get a ‘good education’.  Beyond our general health and well-being, it’s probably their most weighted desire. We spend the majority of our childhood time in the educational system, unless we are homeschooled or in another alternative scenario. We all have our own idea…

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