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There are a lot of theories.
If you too suffer from the ever-present threat of inappropriate laughter, you’ll know that it happens when your one job, your one job in that moment as a decent person, is not to laugh.
Seeing the bright side of life may strengthen the psyche, ease pain and tighten social bonds.
The Reader's Digest has long proclaimed that "Laughter is the Best Medicine." This observation is supported by almost two decades of mounting evidence that humor and laughter have potential for providing both temporary and lasting benefits to our physical health.
In the very serious industry of healthcare, it is often hard to bring humor into the situation. Yet the benefits of humor and laughing can be as good as spending that forty-five minutes on the treadmill. So, get off the treadmill and laugh a little.
We’ve all heard the phrase that “laughter is the best medicine.”
Medical science seems to back up the claim. Research shows that laughter releases chemicals in our bodies that relieve stress and enhance our mental and physical health. Laughter even seems to have positive effects on the lungs and heart, not to mention muscle tone in the face, neck, and belly.
The horrible, depressing life of a traveling comedian.
Laughter plays a crucial role in every culture across the world. But it’s not clear why laughter exists. While it is evidently an inherently social phenomenon – people are up to 30 times more likely to laugh in a group than when alone – laughter’s function as a form of communication remains mysterious.
Laughter isn’t always positive or healthy.
Let’s go back in time. Back to an age when, if you were ill, the doctor would hop on his horse and visit your cholera-ridden bedside, free of charge. Granted, his advice would usually be, “rub a little cocaine on it and call me in the morning." And why was that? Take a look at the following medical ads from the 1800s and 1900s and it might make more sense.
Thinking quickly and occasionally abandoning the medical-school script are critical for quality patient care.
What, exactly, makes something funny? A bold new attempt at a unified theory of comedy. The question is more complicated than it may seem at first blush. Why do we laugh and derive amusement from so many different things, from puns to pratfalls?
How your sense of humor can improve your health, get you pregnant, and even save your life.
Laughter is the best medicine, or so the cliché goes. Actually, given the choice between laughter and, say, penicillin or chemotherapy, you’re probably better off choosing one of the latter. Still, a great deal of research shows that humor is extraordinarily therapeutic, mentally and physically.
Whether you love stand-up as much as I do, or you’re just “okay” with it, you might be surprised to learn these powerful benefits of the laughter it creates...
Intuitively we know that laughter is one of the best tools we have for dealing with stress, and science backs that up. In fact, research into laughter goes even further, revealing that it's a potent drug with the contagious power of a virus that conveys a slew of benefits for the mind and body. Below are six findings that should keep us wanting to laugh it up.
Because laughter is the best medicine
Medical jokes and humor, relating to patients, doctors, nurses, insane patients, about medicine in general, and more
The clowning we do is called caring clowning as it appeals directly to the heart. It is not coping humor, it is hoping humor.
Welcome to the world of medical humor, the future of laughter production. Within the confines of this website you will find humor at the expense of almost every field of a profession that is uniquely one of the few careers in the world where the laborers cause pain and get paid for it.
Medical news from the whole world plus medical jokes and cartoons.
The best site to find menopause information, menopause symptoms, menopause support and menopause humor!
Various jokes related to the most respected profession, nursing.
Rx Laughter is grounded in the principles of Positive Psychology and the connection between humor and health
List of funny and peculiar names.
World-renowned expert on Medical Quackery and Health Fraud,and founder of The Museum of Questionable Medical Devices, which is now located at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
A huge collection of jokes
We believe that comedy is fundamentally a community experience; it is more fun to laugh with others than alone. So we've created COMEDY.COM to bring you the best comedy content on the web and the best tools to help you share that content with family, friends, and hated enemies. We're just as committed to helping you do the most with the content that you make or upload.
If you are too busy to laugh, you are too busy.
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