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7 surprising benefits of doing jigsaw puzzles

7 surprising benefits of doing jigsaw puzzles

(BPT) - There's a quiet movement going on in this country, and it doesn't involve apps, data or the latest fad. Following the lead of vinyl record albums, coloring books and traditional board games, jigsaw puzzles are seeing a resurgence in popularity. Perhaps, because it's an opportunity to unplug and give yourself and family an escape from the information overload that is buzzing through the very fabric of our lives 24/7.

Wrestling the kids (or yourself) away from screens, devices, even the television can be a nearly impossible task, but it's vital to our mental and even physical health. A jigsaw puzzle requires your full attention and therein lies the magic. Everyone from tweens and teens to millennials and over-worked parents to seniors are returning to this quiet pastime of childhood. Call it a retro revolution.

Ravensburger, a company that has been making high-quality, premium jigsaw puzzles for 134 years, recently p…

Mine's bigger

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Republicans urge investigation into Trump dossier author

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Clinton Foundation investigated by Justice Department

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Soft power cut

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US storm to bring 'record-breaking' low temperatures

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Florida iguanas falling out of trees

Trump Bannon row: Book publication brought forward to Friday

The end of the world

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US penalises companies linked to Iran missile programme

US cuts Pakistan security assistance over terror groups

Toronto subway art installation halted over profanity concerns

Plan for Confederate 'black troops' statue baffles historian

White House plans 'crackdown on legal cannabis'

Trump plans to expand offshore drilling in Pacific and Atlantic

Passers-by shrug as 'Santa' sprays bullets in San Francisco

Pennsylvania man 'mistakenly arrested and injected with drugs'

'Bomb cyclone' brings travel chaos and deaths to US north-east

Trump Bannon row: 'Not the Steve Bannon you are looking for'

Trump lawyers seek to halt book's release

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Juno star Ellen Page marries partner Emma Portner

Turkey anger as US convicts banker Atilla over Iran sanctions case

Trump-Bannon row: White House lawyers issue cease-and-desist order

Trump scraps his own voter fraud commission

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Russia probe: Ex-Trump aide Manafort sues Robert Mueller

Trump and Pakistan

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DJ Khaled signs up for Weight Watchers

Thomas Monson: President of the Mormon Church dies at 90

US braces for explosive and bone-chilling 'bomb cyclone'

New York to install 1,500 security barriers after vehicle attacks

Trump to Kim: My nuclear button is 'bigger and more powerful'

Eric Garner death inspires an unlikely police experiment

Eric Garner death inspires an unlikely police experiment

YouTube superstars

Trump threatens stop to Palestinian aid over Jerusalem row

Retail 'apocalypse'

Freed hostage Joshua Boyle faces 15 criminal charges

Logan Paul: YouTuber apologises over Japan dead man video

Spotify sued over songwriter rights

Iran protests: US brands Tehran's accusations 'nonsense'

Senator Orrin Hatch's exit opens door to Mitt Romney

US soldier killed and four wounded on Afghanistan border

California legalises sale of recreational marijuana

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Deadly US cold snap expected to worsen

Hoda Kotb officially replaces Matt Lauer on Today show

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Way out

Miss America scandal: Former winner Carlson crowned new chairperson

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Recreational cannabis use becomes legal in California

Colorado shooting: Four police officers injured, one dead

Parts of Niagara Falls freeze

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