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Gratitude is good for our health
Published By Right at Home on November 03, 2020

This year many of us will be celebrating Thanksgiving differently than in previous years. With large family gatherings cancelled, families are likely to spend the day on video chats rather than on cooking an elaborate feast. And yet, it’s more important than ever to take time for gratitude. Check out this infographic to find the many benefits of feeling thankful.

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