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August 3, 2015

Why Everyone Should Unplug More Often

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Scheduling regular "rest time" in the form of unplugging makes sense--like a muscle, the brain needs recovery time in order to develop and grow (and in this case, retain new memories). In fact, shutting off completely may be crucial.

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Exercise In Your Teen Years Pays Off, According To New Study

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