Keep Positive For Good Health

by Malc on August 26, 2009

woman1-w200-h200A study by the University of Pittsburgh of 100,000 women between 50 and 79 showed that those with a [tag-tec]positive attitude[/tag-tec] were 9% less likely to develop cancer.

The difference was judged by how much the women agreed with statements such as: “If something can go wrong for me, it will”, as opposed to: “In unclear times I usually expect the best.”

The lead researcher said: “The evidence suggests that sustained, high degrees of negativity are hazardous to health.”

We always thought that   🙂 –  Nice to have it confirmed.

Question: Have you found effective ways to turn negativity into positivity? Post a comment about it.

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