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Cursing People Out Causes Stress


Remember how your mother always told you not to say foul words? Well, as it turns out, she was just trying to save your life. According to a new study, cursing can lead to increased levels of stress and anxiety – something today’s adults need much less of.

Details available in the CNN video below.

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