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"Experiencing joyful laughter reduces stress hormones, lowers blood pressure and elevates a person’s mood...the act of laughing increases endorphins, sending dopamine to the brain. This provides a sense of pleasure and reward, and the immune system also functions better."

Assoc. Professor Lee Berk

Loma Linda University School of Medicine

"Laughter in and of itself cannot cure cancer nor prevent cancer, but laughter as part of the full range of positive emotions including hope, love, faith, strong will to live, determination and purpose,

can be a significant and indispensable aspect of the total fight for recovery."

Harold H. Benjamin PhD

As new research and findings on "humor therapy" become available we will post and share it here to keep you informed. If you are in the health of scientific community, we would love to hear from you. 

"Mirthful laughter as a preventative adjunct therapy in diabetes care, raised good cholesterol and lowered inflammation."

Dr Lee S. Berk, PhD, MPH

Loma Linda University

Dr Stanley Tan, MD, PhD

Oak Crest Health Research Institute