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How your attitudes affect your health

Updated: November 30, -0001

A positive view of life and aging may help you live longer.

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Giving life two thumbs up may help you stay healthier.
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Do you look forward to the next week? Do you feel younger than your age? Do you have a sense of purpose? If so, you may already have done something to reduce your risk of degenerative diseases and may even be adding years to your life.

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