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Retaining Memory Through Rose-Tinted Glasses

our positive attitude may be doing more than boosting your mood - a is finding that people with a “positive affect,” defined by psychologists as an overall enthusiastic and cheerful outlook, are less likely to experience memory decline in old age. This is just the latest study in a growing body of research linking the role of positive affect in aging healthily.

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