Acts of Kindness Can Aid Well-Being, Study Shows
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- Behavior that relies on cooperation and altruism can increase your sense of well-being, a recent study suggests.
- Researchers said kindness tends to have a modest connection to health and psychological function, but can have a significant impact on community health.
- Certain types of kindness are more powerful than others; those that are unplanned tend to fuel overall well-being.