Why Being a Bookworm is Good for Your Brain and Body

For people who love to read, curling up with a good book feels utterly indulgent, especially when paired with a cozy chair and a steaming cup of tea. But here’s some news that’s worth putting your book down for: Reading is actually good for you (in more ways than one)!

Why Being a Bookworm is Good for Your Brain and Body

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WOman sitting cross legged reading book in library
05/06/2019
For people who love to read, curling up with a good book feels utterly indulgent, especially when paired with a cozy chair and a steaming cup of tea. But here’s some news that’s worth putting your... read more
WOman sitting cross legged reading book in library
05/06/2019
For people who love to read, curling up with a good book feels utterly indulgent, especially when paired with a cozy chair and a steaming cup of tea. But here’s some news that’s worth putting your... read more