Loving your life, research shows, is a lifesaver. Scientists have found that an optimistic attitude does more than put a smile on your face and make you good company. Studies show that it cuts your risk of getting sick when exposed to the common cold virus; reduces your odds of developing heart disease by 50 percent; and increases the likelihood that you’ll recover from a heart attack, live longer after a cancer diagnosis, and even have fewer everyday health complaints, such as upset stomachs, intestinal distress and breathing problems.
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