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Whether you’re complimenting your best friend’s unflattering hairdo or “improvising” on the cost of your new designer shoes, we all tell the odd fib from time to time. However, according to research, those little white lies could be more harmful than you think. Lying can generate feelings of stress which are damaging to your health, and a study by researchers at the University of Notre Dame found that when people reduced the amount of lies they told they suffered from less headaches, sore throats and anxiety.
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