Can a new drug protect you against heart disease better than aspirin
What if i told you doing good can also lower depression and heal quick too
New Drug just as good or better than aspirin to protect against heart disease.
Better health and a longer life by Kisten Finello Woman’s Day Dec. 1, 2009
“Doing good is actually good for you,” says Robert Grimm, director of research and policy development for the Corporation for National and Community Service in Washington, DC. “People who volunteer regularly-an hour or two a week-tend to live longer, have lower rates of depression and recover more quickly from illness.” In fact, states with high volunteerism have lower rates of mortality and incidences of heart disease. Just how powerful is this health payoff? “Doing good deeds protects overall health twice as much as aspirin protects against heart disease. If giving weren’t free, pharmaceutical companies could herald the discovery of a stupendous new drug called ‘Give Back,’” says Stephen G. Post, PhD, coauthor of Why Good Things Happen to Good People.[Tweet “doing good= lower #depression,2x protection of #Heart DX”]
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