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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_from_laughter

Death from laughter is a rare form of death, usually resulting from cardiac arrest or asphyxiation ... Zeuxis, a 5th-century BC Greek painter, is said to have died laughing at the humorous way he ... In "The Deadly Experiments of Dr. Eeek", from the Give Yourself Goosebumps series by R. L. Stine, it is possible to get an ending ...

theweek.com/articles/453952/turns-die-from-laughing-hard

Dec 19, 2013 ... Laughing until it hurts is unquestionably a great thing. Countless studies have highlighted its wondrous health benefits, which include ...

thoughtcatalog.com/jim-goad/2015/03/10-people-who-literally-died-from-laughter

Mar 17, 2015 ... However, it's possible to literally die from laughter—not from the joke itself, but from the body's reaction to it. Among the many possible medical ...

io9.gizmodo.com/can-you-laugh-yourself-to-death-1681310410

Jan 23, 2015 ... When he saw the finished product, he supposedly laughed until he died. He was the first historical person to die laughing, but not the last.

www.quora.com/Can-a-person-die-from-laughter

Thanks for the A2A, Quora User :) Yes, some people have died of laughter, but not as you're thinking :/ It's indeed possible to die of laugher, but solely because ...

www.nbcnews.com/health/body-odd/can-you-die-laughter-f1C6437183

Jun 24, 2011 ... “Years ago, I went to see 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' with a friend and I thought I was going to die laughing,” says Jim Dailakis, a 41-year-old ...

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080617171710AAlpc5n

It is possible, though not like how some other contributors are saying. It IS possible to die of laughter- from popped blood vessels in the brain, ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Is+It+Possible+to+Die+of+Laughter%3F&v=YLjW11cXMFQ
Aug 22, 2017 ... Death from laughter wikipedia death is a rare form of death, usually resulting cardiac arrest or asphyxiation give yourself goosebumps series by ...

www.snopes.com/horrors/freakish/laughing.asp

Have people died laughing? ... Origins: In recent decades, laughter has been touted as a possible cure for many ills, including cancer and heart trouble.