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Swearing May Be Good for You, We Swear It's True!

Letting loose with a blast of foul language may have some benefits.

Researchers at Marist College in New York and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts determined that people swear profusely also tend to have a wider vocabulary than average.

Another study at England's Keele University found that swearing can help reduce stress and can also help endure physical pain.

 

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