Overall Mental Health May Improve Until Very End Of Life

In “Science Now,” the Los Angeles Times (8/24, Netburn) reports that “overall mental health, including your mood, your sense of well-being and your ability to handle stress, just keeps improving right up until the very end of life,” research suggests. After surveying some “1,500 San Diego residents aged 21 to 99, researchers report that people in their 20s were the most stressed out and depressed, while those in their 90s were the most content.”

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— “The aging paradox: The older we get, the happier we are,” Deborah Netburn, Los Angeles Times, August 24, 2016.

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