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A Laughing Matter

by | 8th, March 2005

‘THE Mail reports that the physical act of laughter is good for your health, citing a report that claims it can improve your circulation by widening the blood vessels, increasing blood flow and helping reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes.

”And then…ha! ha!..the gypsy used her MRSA spell…ha!ha!..to kill us all…”

The study, which took place at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, made the discovery by testing people’s reactions to comedy films.

But the paper warns that watching “more stressful” films has a negative effect.

This is all very interesting, and might give food for thought to Mail readers who get as far as page 32, where the story appears.

By that time they will have been warned about hospital deaths, “surrender” to gypsy hordes, credit card fraud, terrorism, snail-smuggling, children turned away from hospitals, child abuse, the scandal of Comic Relief.

The crisis in our classrooms, obscenity on TV, sex beast police, chaos over school places, the betrayal of disabled children, holiday companies who rip off Brits, the swamping of nursery homes, roads from hell, school fees in state schools, drugs in the classroom…

Excuse us, would you please. We think we’d better lie down for a moment…’



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