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Despite study's conclusion, random acts of joy are good for you

from By Denise A. Valenti

As I walked from my car to the shopping mall entrance, I encountered him — a gentleman who demonstrated a random act of pure joy. He leaped off the curb, clicked his heels in the air in a truly carefree manner with a huge grin on his face. The sight made me smile and pushed my already good mood further into a happier place. And when I am happy I feel so much better. That's got to be good for my health, right? Not so fast, according to a recent study published in Lancet. more


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