We've already told you about how your brain makes you antisocial when you're sick. And your friends and coworkers probably appreciate that instinct. But even if you do find yourself wandering the streets while afflicted with this year's plague, people who see you will likely know that they should keep their distance. As it turns out, your gut instinct is a pretty good barometer of the health of others.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas February 7, 2018
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