Scientists discover a painkiller to swear by

Yelling curse words can make people more resistant to pain, according to a study from Keele University. Scientists found that students who shouted expletives were able to keep their hands in a bucket of ice water longer than those who stuck to more polite terms. The finding suggests swearing may dull pain by triggering certain emotions.

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