Positive thinking shown to prevent diabetes
In a new study published online January 21 in Menopause, low optimism and high negative emotional expressiveness and hostility were associated with increased risk of incident diabetes among postmenopausal women independent of major health behaviors and depressive symptoms. The study suggests that womens personality traits should also be considered to guide clinical or programmatic intervention strategies in diabetes prevention.
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