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CNN reveals Happiness And Your Health: The Suprising Connection

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MUMBAI: In HAPPINESS AND YOUR HEALTH: THE SURPRISING CONNECTION, CNN senior medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins the eternal search for happiness. Talking with doctors, philosophers, teachers, business leaders and comedians, Dr. Gupta asks where happiness comes from, how to get it and whether people need it.

Joined by guests including US comedian Richard Lewis ('Curb Your Enthusiasm') and motivational speaker Tony Robbins, Dr. Gupta reveals the surprising secrets of happy people, the ways in which happiness affects health and the intriguing results of an exclusive CNN poll.

Fascinating aspects, issues and questions surrounding 'happiness' in the special include:

'Born Happy' - happiness experts say personality has deep roots in genetics. The programme features identical twins who despite growing up without knowing of each other's existence for 25 years, noticed more than a few similarities when they first met.

'Power of Laughter' - "Laughing is halfway to healing" is the motto of laughter yoga. This movement, created by a Mumbai doctor, today claims more than 3,000 clubs in 40 countries. Dr. Gupta laughs along with a club in California, finding intricate links between happiness and health.

'Unnatural Highs' - psychiatrist Julie Holland and Nora Volkow, head of the National Institute on Drug Abuse in the US, explain the effects that drugs - legal and illegal - have on the brain and compare these effects to natural highs.

'How to be Happy' - viewers will hear surprising research into what really makes people happy, as well as a life lesson from someone who found himself paralysed in a car accident at the age of 29, and who subsequently suffered the deaths of his second wife, sister and parents, yet emerged from those struggles happier and wiser than ever.

Dr. Gupta said, "There is more than one route to happiness and well-being. This special will take viewers on a journey and hopefully help them live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives."

Airtimes: Indian Standard Times



Sat, December 9 at 1230hrs and 2030hrs

Sun, December 10 at 1230hrs

Airtimes are subject to change.

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