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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  • Researchers: Mindful coffee consumption may help reduce sugar intake
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  • Tips To Reduce Backpack Back Pain For Students
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  • Treadmill work stations reduce muscle pain
    Treadmill work stations can make office work a lot more comfortable as they can help reduce neck and shoulder muscle pain associated with computer work, says a new study. “Even though office workers may not naturally see it that way, their body is ...
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  • Doctor house calls are making a comeback
    Broadly, it is meant to ease symptoms and pain, and focus on quality of life for severely ill ... He was present at the January 2013 swearing-in, and later he resumed his volunteer work. He is now looking forward to spending time with his two grandchildren ...
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  • Swearing and the Brain
    Comment #1 (Posted by Ruby) Rating This article is entirely narcissistic in its viewpoint. Swearing may not be harmful to the individual when the individual is alone.
    03/15/2018 - 3:19 am | View Website
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    03/14/2018 - 10:26 pm | View Website
  • Swearing Is Good For You Paperback
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    03/3/2018 - 6:54 pm | View Website
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    In a new book Swearing Is Good for You: The Amazing Science of Bad Language, author Emma Byrne uses the latest research from neuroscientists, psychologists ...
    01/3/2018 - 6:21 am | View Website
  • Why swearing really is good for you
    Swearing really does help people to get a grip, a new study suggests.
    05/4/2017 - 7:56 pm | View Website
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