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    Fast Facts: Oct. 7

    Neuroscientists have determind that motherhood makes female rats smarter, calmer and more courageous.

    On average, people between the ages of 24 and 35 worry less than adults of any other age group.

    Scientists say that women are more caring than men, and old women are smarter than old men.

    Only 2 percent of Americans say they’re in a good mood every day.

    A study in December 2004 found that parents enjoy a visit with Santa more than their children do.

    Thirteen percent of adults say the last day of summer is the occasion they dread the most.

    Ninety percent of Americans describe themselves as shy.

    Australian researchers found that the brain really does experience pain when a person’s heart is breaking.

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