10 Aug '11, 8am

Watching 15 minutes of funny videos (on Youtube) can improve blood flow to your heart and help prevent heart attacks

Watching 15 minutes of funny videos (on Youtube) can improve blood flow to your heart and help prevent heart attacks

Take a break from those reports and spreadsheets. Watching 15 minutes of funny video (on Youtube) can improve blood flow to your heart by 50 per cent, say University of Maryland researchers in the US. “This reduces blood-clot formation, cholesterol deposits and inflammation,” reports the study.

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