Sunday, September 12, 2010

Laugh, it's clinically proven to be good for you.

Researchers in Japan have shown that laughter is good for you. Research subjects who watched 30 minutes of a funny movie experienced beneficial changes in their heart rate and blood pressure. Members of the control group, who watched a documentary, had no such changes.

Moral to the story: Sitcoms, good. Documentaries, bad.

1 comment:

  1. What happens after watching 30 minutes of news? That could be harmful to your health.