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Friendships Are Good for Our Health

In collaboration with the National Bureau of Economic Research, Economics Professor Dhaval Dave finds that an increase in social interactions may have positive effects on health and can help individuals appreciate cost and benefits of their decisions.

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by Meg Murphy April 21, 2015

In today's workplace, developing the creative process is as crucial for businesspeople as it is for artists.

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