If you are the type of person who reads your horoscopes in the newspaper, and believes them, this could be the product for you. If, however, you have a firmer grip on reality, then save your money.
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A couple of weeks ago ScreenStone, a crystal that – according to the literature – may or may not shield me from bad juju, landed on my desk. ScreenStone is “scientifically proven” to be slightly more effective at making you happy than a placebo crystal when stuck on your monitor. I got a copy of the science that proved this. It looks at the effect of ScreenStone on “Sick Building Syndrome”. It showed people were happier when they were given a ScreenStone, though they were almost as happy with a placebo. This can be explained by what is known as the Hawthorn Effect – which states that the more attention researchers pay to workers, the happier they are. If you were to eliminate this from the research, you’d probably be left with zilch.