Bioethics’ Eileen Anderson notes health benefits of laughter

Laughter really is the best medicine! From easing back pain to keeping your heart healthy- experts tell of the 6 surprising benefits of a 10 minute chuckle

The Daily MailEileen Anderson, the Anne Templeton Zimmerman MD Professor in Bioethics, explained the importance of having laughter in our lives. “If we were selling laughter as a drug, it would sell off the shelves because it both makes you feel better, and it calms you down. And it’s accessible to everybody across the lifecycle and from all different backgrounds. And it’s free,” she said.