Aug 15, 2017 by AnonymousHugs have been an important part of our life since we were children. They occur during sad times, happy times, and any time in between. As your loved ones begin to age, they may need the embrace of a hug more than you think. Hugging can produce a chemical reaction between the brain and the body that can help recover from illness and sadness faster, and may even result in a longer life. Read Article
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