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American Heart Association: "No-Fad Diet Tips."
AmeriCorps: "Volunteering Produces Health Benefits."
CDC: "Physical Activity and Health," "Wash Your Hands."
City of Cleveland: "Your Vacation is Crucial to Your Health."
Cleveland Clinic: "Get Your Life in Balance: Here's how to be a success in all areas of your life."
Corporation for National and Community Service: "The Health Benefits of Volunteering."
Duckworth, A. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2007.
Ekman, P. Psychological Science, September 1993.
Emily Post: "Top Ten Table Manners."
Forni, P. Choosing Civility: The Twenty-Five Rules of Considerate Conduct, Martin's Press, 2002.
Harvard Health Publications: "Laugh and be thankful -- it's good for the heart."
Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine: "Associations Between Positive Emotion and Recovery of Functional Status Following Stroke."
Joy Hatch, life coach, Eugene, Oregon.
Kleinke, C. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1998.
Marquette University: "Dress for Success - Men and Women."
Mental Health America: "Stay Positive."
Palo Alto Medical Foundation: "Strange Smells."
Psychology Today: "The First Impression," "Fragrant Attraction."
Stepcase Lifehack: "How to Be On Time Every time," "Punctuality Counts."
The Denenberg Report: "How Civility, Good Manners and Politeness Work Miracles For Others and For Yourself As Well: The Case for Civility and Its Impressive Catalog of Health and Other Benefits."
The University of Oklahoma College of Law: "Dress for Success - Male."
Tulane University: "Dinner Etiquette Made Simple."
University of Maryland Medical Center: "Laughter is the 'Best Medicine' for Your Heart."
Utah State University: "Table Manners That Matter."
Wishard Health Services: "Smiling and Simply Having a Positive Attitude Can Improve Quality of Life."
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