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    […] average person spends a staggering 28 percent of the workweek in email. For the majority of us, most of that time would be better spent elsewhere. But how do we reclaim […]


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    […] from UC Irvine might be of little surprise. Its team of researchers sought to understand the effects of email access on heart rate and focus. Two groups were tracked with heart rate monitors—one with access to […]


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