Laugh - the Importance of Humour in Medicine - by Leonie McMahon (IV4.1)

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A class was asked to write a short story that involved the 3 components of religion, sexuality and mystery. A girl came up with this winning sentence “Good God! I’m pregnant! I wonder who did it?”

If you were able to chuckle then, you are the healthier for reading it. If you gave a good hearty laugh, then you are really in good shape as the presence of humour is one of the strongest indicators of the absence of mental illness.

This article was published in Informed Voice Volume 4#1.