Bryan Hubbard
June 5 2019

If you want to live a long life, find a good reason to be alive. People with a purpose live a longer and healthier life than those who believe their life is pointless, a new study has discovered.
Those with the strongest life purpose were more than twice as likely to live longer than someone whose life was aimless and was about day-to-day survival. They were also less likely to be suffering from a chronic health problem. A positive outlook seems to keep inflammation in check, as well as life-threatening problems such as cancer and heart disease, the researchers say.

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