How does laughter affect a person's health?
Wilmington, NC (Vocus) June 26, 2010
Dr. Friedman, host of To Your Good Health Radio, interviewed Dr. Paul McGhee, the world's leading Humoroloist, on this week’s show. Dr. Friedman, who shares Dr. McGhee's views on the health benefits of laughter, believes that caring for his patients with 40% treatment and 60% laughter is an effective approach. When asked by Dr. Friedman, "How does laughter affect a person's health?" Dr. McGhee shared that the idea that laughter is good for you has actually been researched and talked about in the media for quite some time. It has been found that laughter can help reduce pain and improve one’s overall heath. And, through scientific research, it is believed that laughter can also help patients with heart disease and even asthma! Find out more about laughter, smiles and how a good giggle can improve your health by listening to the podcast on http://www.toyourgoodhealthradio.com.
Dr. Paul McGhee - Humorologist
About Dr. McGhee
Dr. McGhee lectures all over the world on humor and health/stress management to corporations, hospitals and other organizations. He's been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, Newsweek, on the Learning Channel and may radio shows across the world. Dr. McGhee has authored 13 books on humor, including his latest, Humor: The Lighter Path to Resilience and Health.
“To Your Good Health Radio” was established to educate consumers all over the nation on nutrition and good health. Dr. David Friedman, host of To Your Good Health Radio, is the formulator and CEO of Chews-4-Health International and is a renowned educator and lecturer in the field of nutrition. “To Your Good Health Radio” is live and unedited. It allows for a full hour of interaction, live questions and comments. The information shared brings needed awareness as to why so many Americans are overweight, tired, sick and depressed. (http://www.toyourgoodhealthradio.com) Dr. Friedman opens his phones lines for his listeners during the show to call in and ask their pressing health questions and also responds to Emails sent to askthedoctor(at)toyourgoodhealthradio(dot)com .
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