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Dark Chocolate Can Improve Brain Health and Memory

February is the month of love. And very few gifts are more satisfying than chocolate. But did you know that dark chocolate is good for your brain? Most people have heard that it’s good for your heart, however, research has has also revealed that it improves memory and brain function.

Dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants and contains several natural stimulants that increase the production of endorphins while enhancing focus and concentration.

 

Online Collaboration Series: Reducing Zoom Fatigue

Recent studies have shown the psychological consequences of spending a majority of your time on video meetings. Signs of video conferencing stress, popularly called “Zoom Fatigue” show up as work exhaustion, difficulty concentrating, frustration with coworkers, muscle tension, insomnia, and overall fatigue.

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