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Recent Study Shows the Effects Reading a Recent Study Can Have on Your Health

Mainly, it depends on what the study says

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The brains behind the research (Photo courtesy of Gratisography)

A recent study has highlighted the potential pitfalls of reading recent studies.

We all know that everyday indulgences like coffee, wine, and heroin have their pros and cons. But what effect does simply reading about their effects have?

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