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Enjoyment of life 'key to living longer'
by Hannah Richardson, education and family reporter
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15 October 2012
On 15 October 2012 BBC News reported:
Those who enjoy life the most are three times more likely to live a little longer than those who enjoy it the least, a study of ageing suggests. University College London researchers' study of 10,000 English people also suggested future disability and poor health could be predicted by the state of a person's mind. Prof Andrew Steptoe, who led this part of the research said that kind of people who are happy are the kind who take care of themselves and are therefore quite healthy.
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