The Herald Sun shared a post from Body + Soul and discussed how happy people are less likely to develop heart disease. According to a study from Columbia University in New York the happier someone was, the less likely they were to develop heart disease.
Out of the 1739 men and women studied for 10 years, researchers asserted their risk of heart disease at the beginning of the study. The researchers concluded that if everyone did more of the things that made them happy, they could reduce their risk of heart attacks.
So remember to do what makes you happy because not only is life short but it’s healthy for you!