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Time: Why Being Thankful Is Good For You

With Thanksgiving coming up this week, it's time to start reflecting on the things in our lives for which we are grateful.  This article summarizes a few small studies that explore links between gratitude and health.  The benefits of a thankful attitude range from lowered risk of heart disease to better quality sleep to stronger social connections.

New York Times Well Blog: Feeling Woozy? It May Be Cybersickness

Between computers, tablets, phones, and TVs, college students spend many hours each day in front of screens.  Viewing digital motion can lead to nausea and feeling woozy.  People who suffer from migraines are particularly prone to this phenomenon.  Maybe it's not what you had for dinner that's making you feel sick - it could just be your phone.