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"Lying is Bad for Your Health"

Surveys across the globe research how lying can be physically harmful to one's health. I think this particular survey, although cliche, has good meaning. It's said that when you lie, your heart rate and respiratory rate rises, causing physicaly tension and in some cases, mental stress. This is an issue not just in children and teenagers, but virtually everyone. Apparently, studies show that high school students that admit to cheating on tests has dropped for the first time in a decade in the United States. Now, how many of those students that have lied about lying, we might never know. But if we assume that it is truth, then maybe it's a sign we're finally heading in the right direction. This survey serves its purpose in bringing the attentin of a certain issue to the world.


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