The Longevity Project: Worry and Pessimism Lead To Long Life!

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the longevity project reviewA new book has just been released called “The Longevity Project.” In the book, the researchers discover some interesting facts about living longer which refute conventional wisdom.

I have just read an interview with the authors on Time Magazine’s website about The Secret to A Long Life. The article begins.

Worrying is good for your health. Optimism is overrated.

But this begs the question…do you really want to live a long time if all of your peers are going to be the worried and pessimistic type?

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Richard Cummings

Richard Cummings is writer, traveler, and web content developer.

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