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One Cool Thing- November


Sometimes around this time of year, being thankful can seem forced or contrived. As hokey as it can seem to be thankful, there is science that tells us that being thankful is good for our health.

“Clinical trials indicate that the practice of gratitude can have dramatic and lasting effects in a person’s life,” said Robert A. Emmons, professor of psychology at UC Davis. “It can lower blood pressure, improve immune function and facilitate more efficient sleep.”

As thanksgiving is just a few days away, take a few moments each day to be thankful and get healthier as a result.

Here are a few things our team is thankful for: family and friends as well as family yet to be born, coffee, great turkey, our dogs and cats, and another year lived on this great earth!

Have a Wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving,

Les Walden




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