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Happiness linked to size of precuneus in Brain: Kyoto University Research

Happiness linked to size of precuneus in Brain: Kyoto University Research

Some people remain happy even with limited resources while others don’t enjoy even with all the facilities and wealth. A new study conducted by researchers at the Kyoto University in Japan has found that happiness could be linked to a part of brain. People who generally feel happy and stay calm have larger precuneus -- a region in the medial parietal lobe, according to the Japanese research team.

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