Everybody Laughs, Everybody Cries: Researchers Identify Universal Emotions

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Laughter is a universal language, according to new research

Here’s a piece of research that might leave you tickled: laughter is a universal language, according to new research. The study, conducted with people from Britain and Namibia, suggests that basic emotions such as amusement, anger, fear and sadness are shared by all humans.

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Remarkable Photos Of Kids And Their Pets

Remarkable Photos Of Kids And Their Pets

“No symphony orchestra ever played music like a two-year-old girl laughing with a puppy.” Bern Williams

A child’s first pet has become accepted knowledge in recent years that children with pets receive numerous benefits including increased kindness toward other children, increased self-esteem, even stronger physical and emotional development.  (Pics)

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Live Longer With Laughter

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Laugh and live longer

Have you laughed today? Good thing if you have because most people take life too
seriously.

But those who laugh are healthier because laughing helps them loosen up. Though it causes the pulse initially to quicken, it slows down considerably, so that blood pressure sinks.

“The skeletal muscles relax and the overall result is better circulation to the muscles,” said psychologist Michael Titze, chairman of an association called HumourCare in Tuttlingen, Germany, and a researcher into laughter.

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