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Like a zoo, amusement park, playground, even your local dog park. Researchers from Japan’s Hiroshima University found when you see someone else laughing and smiling – even a stranger – your brain automatically mimics their emotion. So, you’ll smile and feel happier, too. And just watching energetic dogs and puppies run and play in the sun activates the reward centers in the brain, which can make you feel happier in seconds.

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