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April McCarthy, PreventDisease.com Smiling really can make people feel happier, according to a paper examining thousands of participants in the Psychological
Josh Richardson, PreventDisease.com Imagination is a wonderful thing. Emotions are often a result of the mind telling us stories without our
Jon Rappoport There is an obsession to say that everything is made out of something. Who knows where it started?