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How the brain reacts when we show kindness

Watch as Dr. Jesse Corry, a stroke neurologist at the John Nasseff Neuroscience Institute at United Hospital, talks with KMSP FOX 9 News about how our brain works when we show acts of kindness. While we may have felt stressed out with all the gift-giving during the holidays, two new studies show our brain is actually wired to be generous. It's a matter of culture and biology affecting one another. 

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