News Briefs: Smiles & Stress Response; Dancing’s Effect on the Brain; Women’s Antibiotic Use

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Stress Response Varies According to Type of Smile
A study of nonverbal feedback published in Scientific Reports found that smiles may reduce or increase physical stress depending upon how they are

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