We have always heard of how laughter is the best medicine, and the saying holds true for a lot of health problems. When we are with a group of friends or family, we laugh, smile, share experiences and funny stories, which make us feel instantly better.
Here is how laughing out loud can be best medicine for type 2 diabetes
A clinical trial showed promise for a new colorectal cancer vaccine, as it caused no serious side effects while bloodwork demonstrated immune cell activation.
Colorectal cancer vaccine has promising results in early trials
More than 1,700 fertility specialists from 50 countries attended the ninth Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE 2019) in Hong Kong to explore the latest advances in scientific research and clinical care of people experiencing infertility.
50 countries represented at Hong Kong congress in field of assisted reproduction
People who spread myths about the harms of vaccines have ‘blood on their hands’ the UK health secretary said as he refused to rule out compulsory immunizations.
UK health secretary: Compulsory vaccination 'not ruled out' in fight against 'reprehensible' cx
A nonsmoker should leave a smoky room or car until it has been cleared, suggested researchers as secondhand smoke can cause high blood pressure and hypertension.
Smoky environment increases risk of high blood pressure
More than 1,000 people have died from Ebola in eastern Congo since August, the country's health minister said on Friday as hostility toward health workers continues to hamper efforts to contain the second-deadliest outbreak of the virus.
Ebola outbreak deaths top 1,000 in Congo amid clinic attacks
A total of 23,377 people died as a result of infectious diseases on the Chinese mainland in 2018, official data showed.
China reports 23,377 deaths from infectious diseases in 2018
Researchers developed a new test that could help doctors detect Alzheimer's disease eight years before the first symptoms occur.
Blood test to spot Alzheimer's before symptoms occur
The Jamaican Ministry of Health is appealing for more Jamaicans to get tested for diabetes, which it says currently affects more 236,200 citizens of the country.
Jamaicans encouraged to get tested for diabetes
Chronic short sleep is associated with increased risk of clogged arteries, heart disease, and thus increased morbidity and mortality.
'Fingerprint' associated with a sleep habits may serve as warning sign for heart disease

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