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Title: Prescribing humour in healthcare : part 2
Authors: Agius, Joseph
Keywords: Wit and humor in medicine
Laughter -- Physiological aspects
Laughter -- Therapeutic use
Wit and humor -- Therapeutic use
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Medical Portals Ltd.
Citation: Agius, J. (2011). Prescribing humour in healthcare : part II. The Synapse, (2), 10-11
Abstract: Part 2 of the article. With regards to the effects of humour and laughter on immunity, research is not so conclusive. while some studies have reported that IgA, T-cells and Natural Killer Cells increase with laughter, methodical problems question these conclusion
Description: Title on article is Prescribing humour in healthcare - part I
Part 1 of this article can be found in this link :
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The Synapse, Issue 2

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