MUB Movies Provide Comic Relief

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It’s been said that laughter is the best medicine. Although this statement might be a bit of a stretch, laughter does have several proven health benefits. An article was released by helpguide.org explaining the health benefits of laughter. According to the article Laughter is the Best Medicine, laughing relaxes the body, boosts the immune system, triggers the release of endorphins and helps protect the heart. Even at the start of the semester, the obligations that come along with school or work can be stressful. Being stressed or busy can also cause a person to become sick more easily. While finding time to get everything done in a day can feel challenging it’s important to make time for laughter and fun in order to stay happy and healthy.

You might be wondering how you are supposed to find laughter in the midst of all the stress. Each week the MUB screens popular movies at a discounted rate to members of the UNH community. Some of the upcoming films include, “This is 40”, “Wreck It Ralph” and “Silver Linings Playbook”. The movies take place in the MUB Theatre and each is screened on several different days and times. Tickets cost $2 with a valid student ID and $4 without an ID. Take a break from studying, work or anything else that may be increasing your stress and come enjoy some comic relief! Checkout the full MUB Movies screening list for a list of upcoming films and their screening times. 

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One of the happiest people I know never gets sick and I've always claimed its because she is always laughing! If you stay positive, you're health will remain positive. They say cancer has been cured because the person had so much faith and was always laughing! I believe it!

Laughing is definitely the best medicine! They say that people have been cured of cancer because of their postive attitude! I believe it!

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