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(Psych Central News) For most of us, if you can find a way to shave off some pounds you will fit in your clothes better, maybe improve self-esteem, and enjoy a superior night’s sleep. And, the benefits are even greater if you can lose a couple of waist sizes in the process. Johns Hopkins researchers discovered that weight [...]

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