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Everyone loves the quote “laughter is the best medicine,” and as a nurse, I have experienced the benefits of smiling and laughter with my patients. In fact, smiling can boost your mood and even your immune system.

An Eskimo family wears fur parkas.

These Eskimos are remaining true to their culture. This photo was taken in the and it shows their unique cultural identity because very few Eskimo tribes remain.

An Inuit woman wearing traditional clothing. Obviously the "Grace Kelly of Labrador"

An Inuit woman wearing traditional clothing. Obviously the "Grace Kelly of Labrador" WW - Loshari ref

Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change | Newsdesk

GREENLAND -Still photo from the documentary Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change by Dr. Ian Mauro and Zacharias Kunuk (Inuit).

Women in Mazar, Afghanistan praying for peace (2008) in their blue scarves.

1000 women in Mazar Pray for Peace with Justice

This is a fun, easy-to-use campaign that you can run in your practice. Invite your patients to pledge to make “teeth-healthy” drink choices for a chance to win a prize! This is a great opportunity to make visits to your practice more fun, and encourage healthier drink choices at the same time! We’re proud to present these campaign materials that will help make this a success. Order now and we’ll ship the materials to your practice!

This is a fun, easy-to-use campaign that you can run in your practice. Invite your patients to pledge to make “teeth-healthy” drink choices for a chance to win a prize! This is a great opportunity to make visits to your practice more fun, and encourage healthier drink choices at the same time! We’re proud to present these campaign materials that will help make this a success. Order now and we’ll ship the materials to your practice!

Read about military moms and mental health and find out why this military mom had to laugh!

Laughter helps even if you only pretend. Fact: When you're angry, your insides turn dark green.

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