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"Every morning, I do a laughter exerciseI smile, wave my hands, and jump. The more I do it, the more vital I feel." Rashmi Vyas Aparajit, 45, health program director; Mumbai
What you can do: Yuk it up! The contracting stomach muscles trigger a surge of feel-good endorphins, according to a study from Oxford University. Even a couple of minutes of belly laughter can be calminga good reminder to tape your favorite late-night show and actually watch it.
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