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Our results support a connection between sense of humor and self-reported physical health, however, it is difficult to determine the relationship to any specific disease process. Whereas relationships between sense of humor and self-reported measures of physical well-being appear to be supported, more research is required to determine interrelationships between sense of humor and well-being.
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Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, v. 3, art. 619240
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Bennett, Mary Payne and Lengacher, Cecile, "Humor and Laughter May Influence Health: II. Complementary Therapies and Humor in a Clinical Population" (2006). Nursing Faculty Publications. 191.