Kindness is its own good—but it can also bring health benefits.
While these survivors suffer more serious illnesses than their peers, they also die at later ages, according to a surprising new study.
New research finds happier people live longer, on average, while angry ones are more likely to die early.
Are freak longevity cases more about record-keeping than genetics, diet, or exercise?
Contrary to popular belief, people who live longer are healthier and have fewer medical bills. Obese people, however, are living longer with health care costs increasing at an alarming rate. So efforts to prolong vitality are not, in themselves, an economic Frankenstein.