A new study released by the University of Notre Dame in Indiana says that honesty is definitely the best policy when it comes to your health. Researchers found that telling fewer lies can actually benefit you not only mentally but physically, reports the American Psychological Association.
About 110 people participated in a ‘science of honesty’ experiment over the course of 10 weeks.
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