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A Yale University study claims that looking at cute things, like cat videos and puppies, invokes not just an urge towards gentleness and care, but also a response dubbed "cute aggression," in which people respond to cuteness in a physical way.
German researchers just published a study that shows statistically that people who constrain themselves and don't express anger live on average 2 years shorter than individuals who do.
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A clinical study by an Australian team found strong evidence that the medicinal plant Kava, found in the South Pacific region, significantly reduces