Evidence-based truths about why optimism *really* matters
Did you know optimism levels are lowest around age 18? And that optimists typically live longer? Not to mention—surprise!—self-help books don’t really help? All this is according to a recent study of 75,000 people, led by William Chopik, Ph.D., a psychology professor at Michigan State University. Get the truth about optimism in this episode of Well Connected by Murad with Professor Chopik and guest host Kim Marshall of the Global Wellness Institute. And be sure to visit wellconnected.murad.com for more wellness stories rooted in real facts and science.