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Surveys of Olympic medal winners find that Gold medalists are the happiest, followed by Bronze medalists, with Silver medalists being the least happy of the three. The theory is that those who win Silver are always left knowing they were so close to getting the Gold whereas Bronze winners tend to simply be happy to have won a medal at all.

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Surveys of Olympic medal winners find that Gold medalists are the happiest, followed by Bronze medalists, with Silver medalists being the least happy of the three. The theory is that those who win Silver are always left knowing they were so close to getting the Gold whereas Bronze winners tend to simply be happy to have won a medal at all.

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When Does Allergy Season Start?

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