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You worked out hard to get that natural high, so you want the endorphin rush to last as long as possible.
Sniffing someone else's happy sweat can make you happier too, according to new study.
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Your guide to making a most out of your job for a bright, successful future.
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New research gives a great reason to bite into an apple a day.
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