If there's a single resolution you should make, it should be to boost your contentment with life. While many people try (and fail) to keep popular resolutions, like exercising more and eating healthier, a new study says improving your satisfaction with life can be really good for you, all the way down to your bones.
Researchers looked at data from a long-term osteoporosis study, started in 1999, and evaluated surveys from more than 2,100 women. The women, all between 60 and 70 years old, answered four questions to assess life satisfaction, rating things like the ease of life, overall happiness and feelings of l...
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