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More than 10% which helps to see situations on the positive side, optimism can help women to live longer. At least this is what a study of Harvard University in the United States published in the American Journal of Epidemiology

More than 10% which helps to see situations on the positive side, optimism can help women to live longer. At least this is what a study of Harvard University in the United States published in the American Journal of Epidemiology

Optimistic participants had a 16% lower risk of dying from cancer, 38% less likely to die to die of cardiovascular disease, 39% less likely to die from a stroke, 38% less likely to die from respiratory disease, and 52% less likely to die from an infection. In addition, in 2012, Harvard researchers also had found a link between optimism and a lower risk of mortality from heart disease and stroke. Scientists say anyone can stimulate their own optimism by writing and thinking about positive changes in personal and professional life. This could be converted into more health in the future.


Motivation can increase employee productivity by up to 50%

Motivation can increase employee productivity by up to 50%

A study by the North American human resources consultancy Right Management states that motivation can increase employee productivity by up to 50%. The survey was conducted in more than 15 countries, including Brazil, and was attended by more than 30,000 employees. In the evaluation, participants could disagree or agree on more than 90 statements involving the company in which they worked .

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Ear acupuncture is no more painful

Ear acupuncture is no more painful

Auriculotherapy is a therapeutic technique that stimulates reflex points located in the ear, where we find a complete map of a microsystem that represents the human body. Stimulating these points, which are integrated into the central nervous system, alters the signs of disequilibrium presented by organs or tissues of the body.

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