Good genes are nice, but joy is better

Second in an occasional series on how Harvard researchers are tackling the problematic issues of aging. When scientists began tracking the health of 268 Harvard sophomores in 1938 during the Great Depression, they hoped the longitudinal study would reveal clues to leading healthy and happy lives.

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Good genes are nice, but joy is better

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