Why acting like a big kid could be good for your health

2018-02-01 51 words 1 min read

Psychologist Dr Meg Arroll, who commissioned the research, said: “Perceiving ourselves as younger than our age is linked to a more future-orientated outlook, which means we make better health choices such as engaging in exercise and healthy eating. “The findings of the survey support previous … … (continue)

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