Objective To review the beneficial and harmful effects of laughter. Data sources and review methods We searched Medline (1946 to June 2013) and Embase (1974 to June 2013) for reports of benefits or harms from laughter in humans, and counted the number of papers in each category.
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(Copyright) Figurerne p denne side er eksempler og ikke ndvendigvis til salg. To find figurines for sale please click at the link below. This bowl was produced by the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory as one of a series of 2500 numbered copies commemorating the Bicentenary of the company on May 1st 1975.
nsker De at se vort figur salgsudvalg, flg venligst linket nedenfor:: Royal Copenhagen decorative items. The decoration on the bowl, which in size and shape is identical to that, which was produced for the Danish naval commanders and others after the Battle of Copenhagen on April 2nd 1801, presents the Copenhagen skyline and the coast of Zealand in 1975The Independence Bowl. Royal Copenhagen Porcelain mad a limited number of bowls (a replica of a commemorative punch bowl from 1801) to make the occasion of their 200th birthday.
In view of the intense interest these have generated amongst collectors all over the world, they found that the signing of the declaration of Independence of the United States of America in 1776 a fitting occasion to issue this unique Independence bowl. The sensitive frieze decoration over the glaze (by Royal Copenhagen artist Sven Vestergaard) featuring George Washington at the Battle of Princeton, English frigates engaged by American batteries on the Hudson River, a silhouette of George Washington and a contemporary coat of arms.
As a side effect of our search for side effects, we also list pathological causes of laughter, among them epilepsy (gelastic seizures), cerebral tumours, Angelman’s syndrome, strokes, multiple sclerosis, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or motor neuron disease. The harms it can cause are immediate and dose related, the risks being highest for Homeric (uncontrollable) laughter. It remains to be seen whether sick jokes make you ill or jokes in bad taste cause dysgeusia, and whether our views on comedians stand up to further scrutiny.
has not dealt seriously with laughter since 1899, when an editorialist, following an Italian correspondent’s suggestion that telling jokes could treat bronchitis, proposed the term “gelototherapy” (in Greek gelōs means laughter; in Italian gelato means ice cream).1 The journal had, a year before, described heart failure following prolonged laughter in a 13 year old girl.2 and with authors called Laughing,3 Laughter,4 Laughton, or Mc Laughlin; none was particularly amusing.We discarded papers with opaque titles, such as “Gelotophobia and thinking styles in Sternberg’s theory”,5 and publications that proved irrelevant, such as “Another exciting use for the cantaloupe”6 (which described practising endoscopy on melons). and have found friendliness and celebrating life to be the heavy artillery of the love strategy.”7 However, the benefits of laughter have often been assumed rather than demonstrated.Hun har deltaget i Miss Universe for Danmark og har boet i Las Vegas, hvor hun konstant havde to bodyguards på slæb.Vi har taget en snak med skønne Cecilie Feline, som langt om længe er vendt hjem til lille Danmark.Shmee150, som faktisk hedder Tim Burton, er en af de mest succesfulde personer på de sociale medier.Bil Magasinets Søren Juul møder ham til en snak om, hvordan man opnår så stor en succes på nettet, at man har råd til at have tre superbiler i garagen.