Boy, this really bums me out!

WASHINGTON – Pessimistic, anxious and depressed people may have a higher risk of dementia, U.S. researchers reported Thursday.  A study of a group of 3,500 people showed that those who scored high for pessimism on a standardized personality test had a 30 percent increased risk of developing dementia 30 to 40 years later

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