Alison Pill’s mini pill may make you ‘happy’

According to a new study, Alison’s mini-pill may help you feel more positive about yourself.

The study found that people who took Alison pills had higher levels of oxytocin, a chemical that helps us feel loved, caring, and valued.

Oxytocin is also linked to happiness, according to the study, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology.

The pills also had an effect on brain activity and happiness, which researchers say is similar to a serotonin (5-HT) receptor blocker called mirtazapine.

In the study of 1,000 adults, researchers found that those who took mirtaxine, a serotonin receptor blocker, had higher happiness levels than those who didn’t take it.

The findings suggest that the pills could be helpful for people who are depressed or struggling with anxiety, according a press release from the University of California, San Francisco, which conducted the study.

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