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You know the old saying ‘nice guys finish last.’ But we should change that tonice guys live longer!’ Researchers from New South Wales University interviewed over 200 men who’d reached their 100th birthdays.

The conclusion? Men who reached that age milestone were more optimistic and open-minded and were more likely to have close relationships with others. And they were less prone to negative emotions, like anger, stress, and hostility. And numerous studies show that upbeat extroverts tend to be healthier and live longer, than downers.

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