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Visiting the beach boosts wellbeing, study says

Beaches and coastlines are better for one's wellbeing and boost energy more than visiting green spaces, an investigation has found. The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs published an evidence statement on …

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Loneliness has direct link with smoking: study

A new UK study has found evidence to suggest that there may be a causal link between smoking and feelings of loneliness, and that lonely individuals may be more likely to start smoking and find it more difficult to quit the habit. …

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Vegetarians are more introverted than meat eaters

The less animal products someone consumes, the lower his body mass index on average and the less he tends to be extroverted. This is the result of a large-scale study by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain …

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Psychologists tell how to safely exit self-isolation

Specialists of the Russian EMERCOM  Center for Emergency Psychological Aid  told how to return to normal after a long regime of self-isolation. Psychologists note that returning from isolation carries certain risks for …

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Sharon Stone, 62, reveals her main fear

Sharon Stone struggled with ageing in her 40s, Daily Mail reports. The 62-year-old actress admits there was a time a couple of decades ago where she really didn't 'accept' her body, but now she is older, she feels much more …

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