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The study found people who maintained a positive attitude even in the face of stressful situations showed fewer signs of chronic inflammation.
“Positive emotions, and how they can help people in the event of stress, have really been overlooked,” Nancy Sin, a postdoctoral fellow at Pennsylvania State University, said to the .