Pessimists rejoice: Low expectations about the future and a gloomy outlook could be the keys to a longer, healthier life. That’s according to a surprising new study published by the American Psychological Association.

In the study, older people, ages 65 to 96, who thought life would get worse had much better health outcomes and lived longer than those who anticipated better days ahead. It’s noted that pessimism about the future may encourage people to live more carefully, taking health and safety precautions.

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