The New York Times:
A happy spouse may be good for your health.
Previous studies have found that mental well-being — feeling happy and satisfied — is closely linked to good physical health.
But a new study, published in Health Psychology, suggests that physical health may also be linked to the happiness of one’s husband or wife.
The lead author, William J. Chopik, an assistant professor of psychology at Michigan State University, said that a happy spouse provided social support and encouraged you to eat a healthful diet and to get exercise, all of which can contribute to good health.
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