grandkids-in-yellow-w-grampsNew research shows optimistic, cheerful people are significantly less likely to develop coronary artery disease than their pessimistic peers.

Two new studies by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore underline the fact that, like many other diseases, coronary artery disease is more than just a physical condition. It has mind and soul components, too.


(READ the story in Australia Financial Review)



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