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Why Laughter May Be Good Medicine

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    Laughter has been shown to lower blood pressure, increase blood flow and build endorphins. Nurse practitioner Norma Hannigan, associate professor of clinical nursing at Columbia University in New York, joins host Mimi Secor for a serious discussion of the anecdotal and evidence-based research on laughter and how to use laughter as medicine in your clinical practice.

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    Laughter has been shown to lower blood pressure, increase blood flow and build endorphins. Nurse practitioner Norma Hannigan, associate professor of clinical nursing at Columbia University in New York, joins host Mimi Secor for a serious discussion of the anecdotal and evidence-based research on laughter and how to use laughter as medicine in your clinical practice.

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