Reduce Pain By Swearing [health]

#health You've just stubbed your toe, banged you knee, or are in pain for any other reason. Go ahead and let out a stream of expletives. Studies suggest swearing can lessen the pain. More »

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  • Reduce Pain By Swearing
    You’ve just stubbed your toe or banged your knee. Go ahead and let out a stream of expletives. Studies suggest swearing can lessen the pain. Photo by SFerdon (Shutterstock) A study by Keele University researchers found that swearing helped volunteers ...
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  • Reduce Pain by Swearing
    You've just stubbed your toe, banged your knee, or are in pain for any other reason. Go ahead and let out a stream of expletives. Studies suggest swearing can lessen the pain. A study by Keele University researchers found that swearing helped volunteers ...
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  • Swearing in small doses can reduce physical pain, research finds
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