Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Laughter science: Scientists track why we laugh when others do - The Washington Post

Scientists have yet to definitively find a funny bone, but they are revealing nuances about the laugh impulse.

Psychology | Psychology

COVID memes decrease stress, help us cope with the pandemic: study

A study published Monday found even something as simple as viewing COVID-19 memes can foster positive emotions, mitigate stress, increase confidence.

Advice & Self-Help | advice and self help

These midterm elections, vote 'yes' on laughter | Fox News

My mind is on healing right now for a simple reason. As midterm elections approach, too much charged political speech is ricocheting about our homeland. We seem to relish growing more distant from, as President Lincoln put it, the better angels of our nat

Pets & Animals | Cat & Dog Resources

Dogs Who Fail At Being Dogs - YouTube

Even dogs fail. A funny compilation video of dogs failing. Thank you for subscribing! Unless you haven't yet, then what are you waiting for? :) If you'd like...

Psychology | Relationships

This May Be the Secret to Happiness in Relationships

You may think the best way to deepen your relationship is to have serious, deep discussions about your thoughts and feelings. However, it may be that sharing a smile rather than deep feelings can be as good, if not better, for your relationship’s long-t

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Laughter Yoga: Can Happiness Heal?

When it comes to laughter yoga, faking it ‘til you make it is just fine. At least, that's what Vishwa Prakash said at the start of the session that HuffPost's health news editor Amanda Chan a