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Live the life you've envisioned

What's stopping you?

Researchers found after a study of 70,021 women that an optimistic outlook on life had significant associations with decreasing risks of death from cancer, heart disease, stroke and respiratory disease. Those with the highest optimism scores had nearly a 40% lower risk of heart disease and stroke. Although low optimism is 25% heritable, 75% is under our own control.*

*American Journal of Epidemiology, 12/2016