Children laugh 300 times a day; adults, 30. Yet, laughing produces a flood of good, healthy chemicals in our bodies whether it’s forced or spontaneous. Laughter yoga teaches us to laugh for no good reason — or maybe to laugh for every wonderful reason on our body, mind and spirit. Dr Norman Cousins in “Anatomy of an Illness” laughed his way back to health from a serious back disease. It’s fun and easy and develops a positive perspective!