Laugh to Prevent Heart Diseases


Laughing

Researchers from California have found people can avoid the risk of heart disease by watching television comedy programs. Patients who were prescribed “ laughter” were found to increase the level of good cholesterol in the blood. The researchers continue to study the issue on the use of comedy as a potential treatment for those at risk of developing heart problems. With most nights featuring at least half a dozen acts, you’re bound to see something that’ll sort out that cholesterol. For the latest news of comedians, their up-and-coming shows and links to interviews with them in the press. You can also enliven the dullest moments of the day by checking out the humor section of your local library.

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