Viral Videos: Good For Your Brain?

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If your boss catches you on YouTube, just tell her you’re enhancing your creativity. (via Healthland)

You won’t even be lying. A study from the University of Western Ontario found that participants who watched a funny video and listened to an upbeat Mozart piece were happier, and therefore better at solving problems. Just goes to show that the Trololo guy is good for something.

To find out more, head to Healthland.