Back in 1938, a group of researchers began a longitudinal study to answer the question,
“What makes a good life?”
Was it being born with a silver spoon in your mouth, having a good education and finding a well-paid job? Was it enjoying high social status and all the freedoms wealth can bestow?
Or was it something else.
They discovered the answer.
Is there one thing that might determine how likely it will be for you to live well in your hundreds, happy and well (and with your brain intact)?
Again, research suggests there is.