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7 December 2013—Christina Matz-Costa was mentioned at

... The Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College found that staying engaged in our 50s and 60s is directly linked to overall wellbeing. As Christina Matz-Costa, research fellow at Boston College wrote on Next Avenue people who remain highly engaged in work, continuing education and volunteering had significantly higher scores for life satisfaction and mental health than those who were relatively unengaged.

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