3 Colors That Improve Your Well-Being
While some colors are signs of poor health, these three shades can have a positive effect.
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Stoke creativity by introducing hints of blue into your work space. Researchers at the University of British Columbia's business school found that people who used computers with a blue background came up with more imaginative ideas, possibly because the color is associated with openness and serenity.
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As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.