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21 January 2017 | 10:13
People around the world mark the National Hugging Day
Today, January 21, it is marked the International Day of Hugs. According to tradition, on this day, anyone can embrace even strangers. The holiday first appeared in the United States in 1986, and soon spread worldwide, Radio Moldova News reported.
International Hug Day, as it is called today's feast, is marked in January, as studies show that this is one of the most depressing times of the year. Researches show that hugs are beneficial to health, helping strengthen immunity and lower the risk of heart disease.

Psychologists explain the existence of such celebrations by the fact that people need affection, safety, love and spiritual comfort.
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