People with the greatest wellbeing were 30% less likely to die during the average eight and a half year follow-up period than those with the least wellbeing, according to a new study. The study considered around 10,000 English people with an average age of 65 years.
Researchers found that three-month-old infants reacted to lemur shrieks and appeared to learn categorization.
Researcher reported that being happy without having meaning does not yield health benefits.
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