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Hostility, anger, depression, anxiety and social isolation are known for leading to higher rates of heart disease, while laughter, happiness and a sense of humor help keep you healthy. With the positive effects lasting 24 hours, laughing can actually give you a healthier heart!
Cardiologist Benico Barzilai, MD helps one understand the connection between emotions and cardiovascular health with three reasons you should make humor a regular part of your life to reduce your risk of heart attack and promote heart health.
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