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Yawning may reveal how smart you are

By Patrick Jones, Buzz60 Yawning can be interesting. Most of the time, if someone is yawning at the fullest extent, it may cause you to look at them like they're devolving right before your eyes. SEE ALSO: The best time to shave your legs is actually at night However, the action may be proving the exact opposite. Biologists led by a professor from SUNY Oneonta are saying that there may be a connection between intelligence and the length of yawning.
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