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Emotional loneliness is a bigger risk factor than depression, heart disease, diabetes & stroke for cognitive decline according to research by Dr Catherine Whitehouse. She says society needs to talk openly about the value of emotional connection #MasseyGrad https://t.co/Li2VgokDs7 pic.twitter.com/EtwOuuUlpq — Massey University (@MasseyUni) December 10, 2019

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One of the best ways to treat anxiety? A full night’s rest, new research suggests. https://t.co/9DdpBrCth1 pic.twitter.com/fAdPn0tRzo — Big Think (@bigthink) December 4, 2019 Interestingly, variations in the anxiety levels of the well-rested group appeared to correlate with the amount of slow-wave sleep that the participants experienced the night before.Continue Reading

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