The Laughing Cure

To bolster immunity, relieve stress, alleviate pain, improve mood, laugh a little--or maybe a lot.

Crack Me Up

By Polly Schulman

Is Women's Humor Still Taboo?

By Gina Barreca Ph.D.

Then why are men nervous around laughing women?

The Benefits of Laughter

By Hara Estroff Marano

Chris Rock Ph.D.

By Barry X. Kuhle Ph.D.

Honorary professor of evolutionary psychology.

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