When you’re tired, you can relax, according to a new research

article When you need to recharge, do a little bit of homework, or just take a breather from the stress of work and family, there are plenty of things to do in the morning that are relaxing.

But how much do you really need to do?

According to a study from the University of Queensland, doing these activities for 20 minutes a day for six weeks was enough to reduce stress levels.

The researchers found that for the majority of people, doing activities for 15 minutes a week for six months had the equivalent effect.

There were some notable exceptions to this rule, however, like taking a break from work and relaxing for a few hours in the afternoon or taking a few minutes to sit in the sun to unwind.

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FOX NEWS — October 31, 2018At least eight people were injured in an apparent drive-by shooting near the amusement park in Garland, Texas, on Monday night.

Authorities said they found the victims at a gas station and found that a man and a woman had been shot.

The Garland Police Department identified the victims as a 46-year-old man and woman.

Both victims were shot in the chest.

The suspect was found with a gun at the scene.

Police said that they did not have a motive for the shooting.

The suspects fled the scene and are still at large.