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Gratitude for Older Adults

Practicing gratitude in small ways reaps dividends over time. When people have higher levels of gratitude, they tend to be more socially connected, better able to handle stress, have lower levels of depression, better sleep quality, and stronger biomarkers such as higher rates of good cholesterol.

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