From Living, August, 1986 "Laughter and humour have power for health and beauty. Not only are they fun, they are much needed in the over-serious world of health and fitness, which can make you neurotic about what to eat and not to eat—a world which tends to measure health not as joyous energy and creativity but in terms of cholesterol levels, blood pressure and sedimentation rates.
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