People who expect good things to happen have stronger immune systems, according to University of Kentucky research. “When you feel optimistic, immunity-boosting hormones like oxytocin and growth hormones may get activated,” says study author Suzanne Segerstrom, PhD. Neeta Ogden, MD, adult and pediatric allergist at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, New Jersey
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