Women's Health

Worry Yourself Well

Nervous Nellie, worrywart, antsy Nancy: The overthinkers of the world get a bad rap (and silly nicknames). But when it comes to wellness, they may have the advantage. Because—get this—fretting about your health can improve it, according to a recent research review from the University of California at Riverside.

The catch (isn’t there always one?): To reap the benefits, you have to worry enough. Not too much, not too little. You can do that with our

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