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As we live through Covid-19, many people are concerned about the financial consequences on their savings and their nest egg, causing sleepless nights for some. There are, however, reasons to be optimistic. Read more in our new report

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“Be kind, be hopeful, be optimistic, never get down. It's all gonna be okay, all gonna be alright. We're one people, we're one family. We all live in the same house, not just the American house but the world house. I wish you well.” -John Lewis

“Be kind. Be hopeful. Be optimistic. Never get down. It’s all gonna be okay...We’re one people. We’re one family. We all live in the same house.” - John Lewis

“Part of what’s made me so hopeful is the fact that so many young people have been galvanised and activated and motivated and mobilised.” Former US president Barack Obama struck an optimistic note in his first live remarks on the unrest gripping the US

“Part of what’s made me so hopeful is the fact that so many young people have been galvanised and activated and motivated and mobilised.” Former US president Barack Obama struck an optimistic note in his first live remarks on the unrest gripping the US

People with greater optimism are more likely to live to age 85 or older than people who are less optimistic.

@ValaAfshar  is one of my favourite people to follow on Twitter. He's always wise, innovative, & optimistic. Wednesday, April 22, 1:15pm ET: Join us live here for a conversation about the future of (virtual) work, the larger role for technology, & new digital opportunities.

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“We are cautiously optimistic,” Cuomo said of N.Y.'s direction. "We are in control of how many people die. It is a consequence of the actions that we take. We will determine how many live and die." He also questioned the U.S.' preparation, state aid.

People who tend to be optimistic are likelier to live to 85 or more: study

People who tend to be optimistic are likelier to live to 85 or more: study ()

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People who tend to be optimistic are likelier than others to live to be 85 years old or more, according to a new study. Researchers also say that even if optimism doesn't come naturally, it can be taught via therapy.

Always look on the bright side: Optimists really do live longer. (Or do people in the pink of health have reasons to be optimistic, while hypochondriacs are rendered pessimistic by their poor condition?)

People who tend to be optimistic are likelier than others to live to be 85 years old or more, according to a new study. Researchers say that even if optimism doesn't come naturally, it can be taught via therapy.

People who tend to be optimistic are likelier than others to live to be 85 years old or more, according to a new study. Researchers also say that even if optimism doesn't come naturally, it can be taught via therapy.

Is it time people started being more optimistic about Brexit? @Nigel_Farage  is live from Washington DC

People who have an optimistic view on #life  more likely to live longer: study #Health 

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According to the latest research, optimistic people are healthier and live longer than pessimists.

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