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Acts Of Kindness May Help With Longevity More Than Vitamins And Supplements

Volunteers wear face masks as they give away boxes of food at a community center. (Getty Images)
Volunteers wear face masks as they give away boxes of food at a community center. (Getty Images)

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If you’re looking to live a long life, the answer may lie in how kind and optimistic you are. We revisit host Tonya Mosley’s conversation with Marta Zaraska, author of “Growing Young: How Friendship, Optimism, and Kindness Can Help You Live to 100.”

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