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Epic yawns boost brain growth, study says

If you have a big brain, you can credit yawning for promoting brain growth and activity, the researchers found. And if you have a small brain, you can blame the fact that you don’t yawn long enough. Continue reading ? The post Epic yawns boost brain growth, study says appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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