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Expressing Gratitude Benefits Brain Health

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Expressing Gratitude Benefits Brain Health

Gratitude isn’t just an act of kindness. When you express gratitude, you’re also boosting your own emotional well-being and reducing stress. Identify things you’re grateful for, whether you plan to express those thoughts to others or not. Your brain experiences the benefits either way.

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Neuroscience and Empathy Come Together at the Art of Kindness Exhibition

Center for BrainHealth, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, hosted the third annual Art of Kindness art contest and exhibition in collaboration with the UT Dallas School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC) and the UTD Department of Computer Science. The 2021 competition was the strongest yet, with over 150 submissions.