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A new study from health insurance provider Kaiser Permanente has found that laughter, when shared with friends, really is the best medicine. According to their research, breast cancer patients who have “positive social interactions” amongst friends are better equipped to endure the pain and other physical symptoms associated with the disease.
Women who have few close friends or family members at the time of a breast cancer diagnosis are more likely to die from breast cancer than those who are more socially integrated, according to study findings.
- A hairdresser.