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10 Things to Do in the Next 10 Minutes to Feel Noticeably Better

Call Grandma already

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Sometimes, the reason you feel like crap is obvious: You have a stomach ulcer because you’ve been eating Flamin’ Hot Cheetos for breakfast. But more often, suffering is disguised by numbness — a coping mechanism to get us through the day — making it much more difficult to identify the source of pain.




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Dakota Morlan

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