Five simple ways to reduce stress

Nowadays, stress has become a major problem for many people. It is due to the hassle modern life that we live in.

Laugh your way to good health

Laughter is the best medicine, is an age-old saying, and about 10,000 laughter clubs in India are a testimony to the fact that the therapy works.

India has forgotten how to laugh, says Navjot Singh Sidhu

Navjot Singh Siddhu, who has joined comedian Kapil Sharma`s maiden production venture ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’ as a facilitator, says very few people laugh despite the fact that laughter is a stress-buster.

Zach Braff wants to spend his life trying to make people laugh

Zach Braff has revealed that he “can’t imagine” doing anything with his life apart from making people laugh.

Laugh aloud to lighten up your face

According to a new study, laughter lightens up our faces and the neurons in our brains.

Adele ready to sleep with any man who can make her laugh

Soul singer Adele has admitted that she is looking for love and her ideal man would be the one who could make her laugh, regardless of how he looks.

LAUGH OUT LOUD!

LAUGH OUT LOUD!

Believe it or not but laughing a lot help strengthens your tummy muscles and relaxes knotted muscles.

Laugh 15 minutes a day for good health

Have people forgotten to laugh? In the good old days, they used to laugh 18 minutes a day, but today not more than six minutes.

Laugh 15 minutes a day for good health

Have people forgotten to laugh? In the good old days, they used to laugh 18 minutes a day, but today not more than six minutes.

How to make your way to a woman’s heart and bed

Having trouble impressing your hot date this Valentine’s Day? Try telling them a joke or two

Laugh every day to keep doctor away

Laughter can do as much good for your body as going for a run.

Laugh every day to keep doctor away

Laughter can do as much good for your body as going for a run.

Laugh your way to good health

Some 400 clowns and doctors skilled at clowning took part in an international conference in Buenos Aires to present scientific evidence, backed by their own experience, to show why laughter was healthy.