Telling Fewer Lies May Benefit People Physically, Mentally.

USA Today (8/6, Jayson) reports, “Honesty may boost your health, suggests a study that found telling fewer lies benefits people physically and mentally.” During “the study period, the link between less lying and improved health was significantly stronger for participants in the no-lie group, the study found.” Researchers found that “when participants in the no-lie group told three fewer minor lies than they did in other weeks, for example, they experienced, on average, four fewer mental-health complaints and three fewer physical complaints.”

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— “Study finds that avoiding lies can improve your health, “Sharon Jayson, USA Today, August 05, 2012.

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