A recent study shows that laughter can improve mental health, motivation, and ability to participate in regular physical activity in older adults. Exercise has a number of health benefits for seniors, including better heart and bone health, reduced diabetes risk, improved strength and balance, and others.
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Have a Laugh for Better Health
MNT—A recent study shows that laughter can improve mental health, motivation, and ability to participate in regular physical activity in older adults. Exercise has a number of health benefits for seniors, including better heart and bone health, reduced diabetes risk, improved strength and balance, and others.
Live Science—Some evidence suggests a small percentage of people do need significantly less sleep than others, but a new study proposes that many of these individuals are indeed affected by too little sleep—even if they report feeling fine.
ScienceDaily—According to a new study, the method used to diagnose ADHD in childhood can lead to a different conclusion about whether symptoms of the condition continue into adulthood or not. A classic diagnostic method may miss ADHD in adults, because the disorder often presents differently in adults than children.
Health After 50—People with rheumatoid arthritis tend not to mention their tiredness to their doctor. Don't make this mistake. Your doctor can't help if he or she is unaware of the problem. These tips may also help.
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