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Positive thinkers more likely to longer than negative thinkers. This according to a combination of studies by the Boston University School of Medicine into the health of people in the USA. Researchers at data on the health of 70,000 female nurses and 1,500 male military veterans. They that people who were optimists (people who thought positively) were more likely to live to the age of 85. They said people who were more pessimistic (those who negatively) were 11-15 per cent less likely to to that age. The researchers that optimists (positive thinkers) found it easier to stress than pessimists (negative thinkers).

Participants in the two studies questions in a survey. The questions their levels of optimism. The surveys these levels with the participants' overall level of health. They were also about their levels of exercise, their diets, as well as how much they smoked and . Professor Lewina Lee said: "Our findings speak to the possibility that raising levels of optimism may longevity and healthy ageing." She had some advice for pessimists who might want to longer. The advice was to, " a future in which everything has out well". She urged people to increase levels of optimism. She said it was healthier for people to on the bright side of life.

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