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  • Moodrise provides 'digital nutrition' to feed the brain
  • Moodrise provides 'digital nutrition' to feed the brain
    Bruno Cervera (2017) ©
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Moodrise provides 'digital nutrition' to feed the brain

Moodrise is an app that improves a user's mood by delivering curated artistic content directly to their screens. While people are becoming more aware of the ills too much screentime can cause, some are opting to use the tech to enhance their health, rather than detox from it altogether.

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