Mar 122009

Last month, at the American Psychosomatic Society’s annual meeting, a research study was presented that showed that optimistic women had a considerably lower risk of death, from any cause, than pessimistic women. The study consisted of almost 100,000 women over 8 years, it was found that those women who had an optimistic viewpoint lowered their risk of death by 14 percent than those women who were pessimistic. Men weren’t studied, so it’s uncertain whether the benefits would be as great for them.

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