When I was diagnosed with bowel cancer, I wanted to hide and cry. I did this instead.

A cancer diagnosis is not usually associated with laughter, and believe you me it was far from my initial response. Who could laugh at a bowel cancer diagnosis at 42 – or any age really? 

Laughter Yoga in Aged Care

Laughter yoga is a unique exercise routine that combines simulated laughter exercises with yogic breathing (pranayama), and clapping. It is an ideal activity to conduct with older people with its many associated physical, emotional and social health benefits. It is a great way to enha

BUPA’s Blue Room interviews Ros on health benefits of laughter

The Blue Room LOL: The benefits of having a good giggle We all know it feels good to laugh – but laughter might also be good for your wellbeing.  Carol Kilkenny   Wander through a children’s playground and there’s a good chance you’ll hear an orchestra of l