There’s a secret to living longer, and it’s cheaper than green juice and meditative retreats. The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society published a study suggesting that optimistic people – defined as those with a “generalized expectation of positive future outcomes”
–had a higher likelihood of living past age 90 than anyone else.

Perhaps the results aren’t surprising, but it does provide a good reminder of the power of positive thinking.

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