In Aging Well George E. Vaillan, M.D. draws on data gathered for more than five decades from Harvard Medical School, analyzing the health and happiness of hundreds of individuals to reveal why some people turn out to be more resilient than other. The surprising conclusion is that individual lifestyle choices play a greater role than genetics, wealth, race, or other factors in determining how happy people are later in life.
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