Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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I was shocked, infuriated, confused and entertained (perhaps I have DID). My theory for the low-protein mice doing "better" is that they were the most desperate to escape and spent more time scurrying around their cages. The exercise provided more oxygen to their brains, resulting it cognitive improvement.
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