In countries where many adults read more, households are likely to have higher incomes.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon found that the volume of white matter in the brain increased in people reading over a six-month daily period, improving participants' brain structure and ability to learn.
19% of readers say reading helps them feel less lonely.
Non-readers are 28% more likely to report feelings of depression.
Researchers at the University of Sussex found reading for just six minutes may reduce stress by up to 68%.
It's been found that reading enhances our attention spans: the structure of stories helps kids' brains process things in sequence, which holds their attention for longer and enables clear thinking.
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