Longevity fuels creativity, and vice versa

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Neurological research may explain why many ‘creative types,’ from attorneys to painters, do their best work late in life.

Marci Segal, MS‘s insight:

For creativity, "it helps to be happy. Multiple studies show happiness contributes to a longer life, and those who are exercising their creative potential are more likely to be content."

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