According To Science: There’s a Fascinating Reason Behind Why We Yawn

It's not just because of that boring PowerPoint presentation.

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Produced by Thrive Global and hosted by Zoe Foulkes, According To Science is a show that unpacks the latest and most talked-about scientific discoveries, studies, and trends. From health and well-being to technology and the cosmos, we’ll explain it all.

This episode uncovers the reason behind why we yawn. And trust us, there’s more to it than just boredom!

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