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The heart sometimes lies

27 February 2007 By Edward Hadas

Professors Oswald and Blanchflower think so. They ve found that low blood pressure often goes along with a happy view of life. And these economists think that happiness is what economics is about. But curing hypertension isn t enough to make economies healthy.

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