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Posted March 4, 2009
Laughter, good sex, hope, a positive outlook on life, exercise and a healthy diet may have more medicinal value than billions of dollars in drugs to treat anxiety and depression. Who would have thunk it? Two young women doctors writing about the preventative and healing powers of a good laugh. This is anything but a book about simply increasing the quantitative count on years and longevity. Rather it emphasizes (without preaching) the need to increase the quality of our years. Better diet, less tobacco and modern miracle drugs give us the technological power to live longer. This little book gives you a strategic road map to a richer, fuller, more healthy life. I am a crotchety aging baby boomer with more age and less boom. Normally, I would never think of reading a book about how to live longer. But luckily for me, I read it and it's a delight.
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