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Monday, October 29, 2007

Positivity and Health

A group of researchers, led by University of Pennsylvania psychology professor James Coyne, followed 1,093 patients with head and neck cancer for five years and found that patients with positive outlooks were no more or less likely to survive longer than patients who did not have positive outlooks. Their study will be published in the December 1 issue of Cancer.