London: A two-year-old boy from Preston, Lancashire, suffers from a rare neurological condition, which means he can’t stop laughing.Elliot Eland was born with Angelman syndrome - a chromosome disorder which causes severe learning difficulties and a permanent smile on his face, the Mirror reported.Sufferers are often smiling or laughing, and tend to be easily excited.The condition is so rare that less than 1,000 cases have been reported in the UK.Eland’s mum, Gale, said: “When we feel down, Elliot’s laughter keeps us all going, you just have to look at him and his happiness takes over.
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