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The link between #optimism and healthy #ageing grows stronger and stronger.

Sunday, June 06, 2021 6:08 AM | Victor Perton (Administrator)

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Yoram Maaravi and Jeremy Jacobs research study of people over the age of 85 finds "that being optimistic continues to confer a survival benefit irrespective of advancing age."  Yoram and Jeremy were examining the hypothesis that being optimistic at ages 85 and 90 is associated with improved survival.

Optimists Live Longer: Optimism and Longevity


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