Monday, July 19, 2010

Hugs save lives

Studies show that hugs do save lives. Premature babies who receive touch therapy cry less, gain weight faster and have more relaxed pulse, respiration, and muscle tension. Children in orphanages who are deprived of ‘skin contact’ lose weight, are more prone to illnesses, and at times die. A hug can save lives.... Keep Reading »

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