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Being Your Own Twin: The Story of Taylor Muhl

Life is often a rather confusing process, throwing changes at us that we cannot understand or get our heads around. Like, for example, being your own twin. What? Or better said: WAT?!

 

Taylor Muhl from California has a rather weird situation going on with her life. At an early age, Taylor noticed that she had a perfect split down the middle of her body. Not metaphorically, but literally. For example, her skin on her stomach was split down the middle, having different skin tone on either side.

After some very serious digging to find out what this meant, finally, a breakthrough! It was found that Taylor has a genetic condition of being her own twin. It’s extremely rare. It’s known as “Chimerism.”

Basically. It all takes place when two genetically distinct forms of cells make up one single body. From what we could understand, Muhl was supposed to have a twin sister. However, the two bodies literally fused together as one within the womb – meaning that two people literally became one. We’ve heard about twins being inseparable, but this, though, takes the lot.

The Strangest Bond

Rather than two sets of DNA in separate bodies, Muhl is a single person with dual DNA strings. She is one body carrying the essence of two siblings. With two different immune systems and bloodstreams in the one body, she’s a phenomenon. Indeed, it’s possible for other people with Chimerism to have both male and female DNA in the one body!

Sadly, it’s not all that cool; it can cause immense health problems for the individual. It recognizes two sets of cells at once and tries to fight them off. Each immune system is fighting the other half. This can cause a lot of illness and disease, and it forces people like Taylor to take quantities of probiotics and supplements in a bid to stay healthy.

While Chimerism is not yet a commonly known condition, Taylor is doing what she can to raise awareness for her condition.

 

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Life is often a rather confusing process, throwing changes at us that we cannot understand or get our heads around. Like, for example, being your own twin. What? Or better said: WAT?!
 

Taylor Muhl from California has a rather weird situation going on...

Health

Finally – A Glass of Wine a Day Will Help or Not?

For years, there’s been massive debate around the world of alcohol. From a demonic influence that needs banned to the glue that holds the week together, booze has many different views and takes on it depending on where you are.

One of the most significant parts of alcohol, though, is the supposed health benefits. Keeping yourself in good condition is very important, and now its estimated by scientists that two glasses of wine per day could actually be good for you.

Given that wine is utterly calorific and there’s ample evidence to say that drinking booze before bed isn’t a great idea, how does this one stack up?

The Good Life

Two glasses of wine prior to bed is actually a good thing for you, according to the experts. It can help you to lose weight, too; making all of those extra calories count for something. Numerous studies over the years, including one from Washington State University, found that the resveratrol that’s found in red wine helps to turn bad fats into, well, not so bad fats!

According to Min Du, the Professor of Animal Sciences, and Songbo Wang, there’s evidence to say that they could turn excessive white fats into beige fats, which are burnt for energy. In the report, they say that: “Polyphenols in fruit, including resveratrol, increase gene expression that enhances the oxidation of dietary fats so the body won’t be overloaded.

“They convert white fat into beige fat that burns lipids off as heat – helping to keep the body in balance and prevent obesity and metabolic dysfunction.”

So if you ever find yourself looking around for a good reason to enjoy some red wine again, this can be your ‘source’ that it’s actually a good thing for you to enjoy when the time comes!

 

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For years, there’s been massive debate around the world of alcohol. From a demonic influence that needs banned to the glue that holds the week together, booze has many different views and takes on it depending on where you are.
One of the most significant...

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Breakthrough: A New Medical Procedure Will Freeze Your Hunger

There is a new horizon (possibly) for those who suffer from failed diets and weight loss programs. An initial trial has shown that hunger signals to the brain could be stopped.

Stopping my brain from getting hunger signals?! Seems like a dream come true! Well, don’t take your shirt off yet… this procedure will probably be approved for use in a few years at best.

The procedure has only finished the safety check testing before a real trial, but “results are in” as they say. Safety testing is actually checking to see if the test itself is safe. If the test process is correct and nonhazardous.
So… in this pilot test researchers have shown good signs that freezing the nerve that carries our hunger signals to the brain could freeze hunger itself, helping us lose weight without a real downside.

Too good to be true?

Currently, it IS too good, and it IS true. But now, real medical trials need to be done to see long-term effects, side effects and how long does this treatment last.
This freezing of the nerve procedure is being done on other nerves to treat chronic pain. It’s called CryoablationThe men and women in the study had a BMI of 30-37 (categorized as obesity), but did not meet the criteria of a surgical intervention.

 

How does it work?

Doctors sedated the patients and inserted a needle into their backs using a CT as their guide. The needle was inserted into the posterior vagal trunk (don’t ask us what that means). Then the needle was filled with a freezing gas that froze the needle and its surroundings, including the nerve itself.
That freezing degenerates the part of the nerve and stops the signaling to the brain. It takes no more than 30 minutes and you’re out.

Initial Results?

Everyone in the initial trial reported a lowered appetite sensation. Remember, they are all considered obese.
53% of the patients reported “very much less appetite,” 30% said “much less appetite” and 17% reported “somewhat less appetite.” Overall, people had a 14% decrease in their excess BMI.
The researchers say that it is not supposed to help on its own, but it will make calorie restriction much easier.

Will I ever be hungry?

The nerve freeze isn’t a permanent procedure. The nerve will fully grow back after 10 months, give or take 2 months. The head researcher said: “We are able to do this because the body [also] has other backup systems” for cueing hunger.

 

There is a new horizon (possibly) for those who suffer from failed diets and weight loss programs. An initial trial has shown that hunger signals to the brain could be stopped.
Stopping my brain from getting hunger signals?! Seems like a dream come true...

Health

5 Things You Never Knew Vinegar Could Be Used For

When looking around at items we can use for more than one purpose, vinegar ranks quite high up on the list. With a whole spree of uses, being able to make the most of what most see as a condiment is pretty useful. Useful in so many ways, vinegar is more than just something that you put on chips!

However, many people are probably quite unaware of how useful vinegar can be. The uses you can get out of one cheap bottle of vinegar from a supermarket is very impressive, and can go some way to helping you keep a clean, comfortable household. What, though, are some of the more impressive uses of your average bottle of vinegar?

  1. One great use for vinegar is to use it to clean fruit and vegetables. Simply add two tablespoons of white vinegar into a pint of water, and then use this to wash down any fresh fruit and veg to get rid of anything that might be sticking to them. It’s a great way to get an extra-strong clean and to keep your fruit tasting as nice as it should.
  2. Been out and about and found yourself riddled with bites from little insects like midges and mosquitos? Then get some cotton buds and dab some white vinegar onto the skin. This can help to soothe the sting of the bite and help to reduce the opportunity for it becoming (too) irritating. The sooner the better, as it can really keep the irritation down.
  3. Another great use is that vinegar can be used to help make your nail polish last even longer. So long as you take the time to distill the vinegar or go out and get a bottle of the distilled stuff, this can work without too much issue. It’s a great choice for making sure that you can get the nail polish onto your nails and ensure that it lasts. Just wipe down your nails with a cotton ball and then apply the polish and boom! It can really add extra lifespan to your nail polish.
  4. You can even use it to keep the vitality of your flowers nice and high. Add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and 2 tablespoons of vinegar along with the vase water you add into the flower. Helps to keep them strong, fresh and ready for the long-term.
  5. As you might know, but many don’t, vinegar is great for removing stains and getting your plates nice and shiny. Just add in 2 tablespoons of white vinegar in with the dish soap that you normally use and you will get a very impressive stain removal solution. Definitely, one that you should look to use moving forward!

 

Here are some great vinegar videos…

When looking around at items we can use for more than one purpose, vinegar ranks quite high up on the list. With a whole spree of uses, being able to make the most of what most see as a condiment is pretty useful. Useful in so many ways, vinegar is more than...

Animals Health

Studies Show Owning A Dog Can Increase Longevity!

For years, we’ve known that dogs can have a massive, positive effect on our health, our mind-set and our mood. While particularly devilish dogs might feel like they test us in the wrong way sometimes, it’s no doubt that the majority of dogs are great animals to spend time with. However, a recent study that was carried out shows that, according to the results, we’re likely to live longer if we can spend time around a dog long-term.

Incredible Results

A Swedish study was carried out, taking in around 3.5m people in Sweden aged 40-80. There, the study followed them for a whopping 12 years; the results were pretty damn conclusive, too. It showed that those who had lived with a dog – even if they were single – were 33% less likely to die of ‘all causes’, while 36% less likely to die from heart disease. Can you see the link? Walking the dog and going for a walk is obviously going to have a massive effect on our health when we are out and about.

That being said, walking a dog isn’t something that many people will look to do all the time. Even just those odd walks will be enough to keep you going and give that ticker a bit of a chance to get pumping and keep you up, on your feet and busy!

As the newsreader says on the show, doctors might need to start prescribing dogs to people if these kind of stats are anything to go by!

Claims to Back Up The Study

A lot of people find that pets make the more active, more engaged and generally more positive. It can also be a good help for those who need help and support, from extra security to help getting around the place due to visual impairments. So, it’s safe to say that there is significant logical merit in this study.

Indeed, they even talk about how dogs can help with anything from helping autistic people to helping those with anxiety be more active. As the study shows, a dog at home can have a lot of positive effects – even on crazy stuff like the quality of our skin!

So, if you have been looking for something to add to the family and give you all a bit more comfort and maybe a better chance of living for longer, think about getting a dog.

They bring happiness in the home and they also provide us with enough subconscious benefits that, according to the study, we cut down our chances of death by a whole third!

I know I want to live for as long as possible – if you’re the same, maybe consider getting yourself a pup!

For years, we’ve known that dogs can have a massive, positive effect on our health, our mind-set and our mood. While particularly devilish dogs might feel like they test us in the wrong way sometimes, it’s no doubt that the majority of dogs are great...

Health

Why Over-40s Should Give Up Ibuprofen

When we have a sore tooth, a sore jaw, a sore back…sore anything, inflammation is often part of the problem. This is why so many take anti-inflammatory and pain management tablets- Ibuprofen. These over-the-counter medications are taken by millions of people every day and can help us to get over a pain to get back on with our days. However, it turns out that Ibuprofen might not be such an advisable product to take for those over the age of 40…

Some studies show that it could have toxic properties for heart muscles, meaning that anyone over the age of 40 should take a deeper look at what they are taking. The FDA found in 2015 that ibuprofen comes with a few ingredients in there that, broadly, could cause problems with the heart. It could be even related to heart attacks and strokes – making it especially worthwhile dodging in your 40s!

What’s better – a sore head or a dead heart?

Many people instead turn to taking solutions like turmeric, instead, offering anti-inflammatory properties without that big warning needed on the bottle. Turmeric is a great solution for this, and can easily be taken due to its high polyphenol count making it very good for the body indeed.

Simply mix it in with a cup of warm water, some honey and some lemon juice and voila! It can be an excellent way to help alleviate that pain without taking in anything that, broadly, our bodies should be avoiding. Ginger, too, is a good source thanks to the fact it can stop inflammation at its source thanks to the power antioxidant effects, ensuring that inflammation and joint acidity can both be minimized and, when possible, neutralized entirely.

Another good and natural source is to use capsaicin, which is found in red peppers. It’s a very easy product to apply, either done so in a cream or a gel form, and can be a great way to help release pain in our joints and muscles.

So, while there are so many natural options to fight inflammation and give your body the help it needs to stay strong and healthy, you should empty your cupboard of such synthetic solutions. As ever, be sure to go and check with a medical professional and make sure you are making the right choice – but, past the age of 40, ibuprofen should probably be minimized and, if possible, not taken at all for the foreseeable future.

 

When we have a sore tooth, a sore jaw, a sore back…sore anything, inflammation is often part of the problem. This is why so many take anti-inflammatory and pain management tablets- Ibuprofen. These over-the-counter medications are taken by millions of...

Lifestyle

The Singular Link Between All Blue-Eyed People

Life tends to throw some very weird situations at us. We find out all manner of odd facts and weird scenarios that simply don’t sound like they should be possible. One of the oddest things that you could find out, though, is how our genetics link all blue-eyed people back to one particularly odd trait. Everyone with blue eyes should read this; it turns out you’ve got something rather strange in common!

Given family trees stretch back much further than any of us usually tend to go, it’s not inconceivable that new scientific discoveries could be true. Apparently, everyone with those beautiful blue eyes has a link to a European gentleman of 6-10,000 years ago. Brown eyes were the main eye colour beforehand, according to gene experts, until OCA2 began to cause changes to the pigment of the eyes.

Today, we can get all manner of eyes – green, grey, hazel; all a similar style of colour to the original brown. Blue, though? Where does that come from?

In 2006, the HERC2 gene was found in Spain when looking at the body of a Stone Age mans preserved body. Experts found that the body had both dark-skinned African genes, and genes from Scandinavia – well, the Scandinavia of the day. Apparently, it’s thanks to this wonderful combination that led to the ‘mutation’ ‘that made blue eyes.

As far as experts can find, this is the oldest proof of this gene occurring – meaning that, as far as we know, Mr. Blue – as we’ll call him – was the very first person to ever have blue eyes. Wild, right?

Life tends to throw some very weird situations at us. We find out all manner of odd facts and weird scenarios that simply don’t sound like they should be possible. One of the oddest things that you could find out, though, is how our genetics link all...

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She Stopped Him From Taking His Life, And Now She’s His Wife

When Kevin Walsh received the phone call that stopped him from taking his own life ten years ago, he never expected that the person who was on the other line would one day end up his wife.

Walsh went through a very difficult depression when he was in his teens, at only 17 years old he had decided that he had enough. His girlfriend had broken his heart, his dog died the day of his prom, these external circumstances coupled with depression which caused him to feel isolated from those around him, led him to the only conclusion he thought would help, committing suicide.

The Phone Call That Saved His Life

“I was probably somewhere between 5 to 10 seconds away from taking my own life,” Kevin tells Inside Edition, he had no idea who was on the other line, since the number was private.

He went on to say that he paused in his plans to find out who was on the other end of the line at that pivotal time, “I thought, if there’s a semblance of eternity, I cannot spend it wondering who was on the other end of that phone call, When I picked up and heard the voice, I knew it was her.”

And who was she?

A friend Blake whom Kevin had met during Bible camp a couple of months before. They had started their casual friendship when Blake made a cheeky comment about Kevin’s gothic fashion choice stating, “Black is a good color on you”. Although they were friends, Blake had never called Kevin before. What made her pick up that phone on that specific day during that specific time is a pure miracle.

After a pretty normal conversation, Kevin confessed to Blake what he was about to go through. She spoke him out of it in the spot, and with her support, he managed to get through those suicidal thoughts.

Blake, regarding that conversation, told People Magazine her view, “Knowing his personality, he’s very analytical, and I knew if he had ended up at that point, he had taken all the steps to get there and he wasn’t doing it for attention,” she continued stating This was something he was going to do, and I’m very grateful that I picked up because if I hadn’t, he wouldn’t be here now.”

Their Bond Grew Stronger

The two remained friends for years after, their relationship growing day by day until finally, last year, Kevin confessed his love and proposed soon after with a black diamond- one that reminds both of the comment Blake made to him the very first day they met.

The couple encourages others who are going through a similar thing as Kevin was, to speak out and express their pain. Talk to someone,” Blake says. “Saying things out loud gives it life, it lets “you evaluate things in a different way than texting or writing. It applies a different layer of emotion

The two wed in September 2016 and have both come so far together, supporting each other through everything.

When Kevin Walsh received the phone call that stopped him from taking his own life ten years ago, he never expected that the person who was on the other line would one day end up his wife.
Walsh went through a very difficult depression when he was in his...

Humans Are Awesome

Meet the Youngest Girl to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

At age 8 my greatest achievement was beading myself a bracelet. At age 8, Miss Roxy Getter’s greatest achievement is hiking up a mountain 19,431 foot tall. Talk about an over achiever.

Roxy Getter is officially the youngest girl to ever climb Kilimanjaro, and only one year older than the youngest boy to climb the mountain. Along with her brother Ben who is 10 years old, and their parents, the whole family recently did the trek together after Roxy decided this challenge was the top of her bucket list.

To be prepared for the hike the family would take trips to various stadiums and climb up and down the stairs. Climbing seems to be in the family’s genes. Before moving  to Florida , they used to live in Arizona where the Getter clan would often take hiking trips.

Overcoming It All

What makes Ben and Roxy that much more special is the fact that both were born with a hereditary heart disease. One that made their parents fear would disable them from acting like the normal, fun-loving kids around them. But boy where they wrong. Clearly the Getter kids reach for the stars regardless of any physical limitation.

Although both had to be cleared by a cardiologist before they began their record-breaking trek, despite the freezing temperatures, steep ascent and harsh conditions, these two came out better than ever

Their Biggest Fan

Their mother, Sarah Getter is her children’s biggest fan. Probably the coolest mother around, Sarah was excited about her little daredevils wish to climb Kilimanjaro, and readily joint in the fun alongside her children and husband. She gushes about the way Roxy and Ben reached their goals:

“They were amazing. They did not complain. They just kept going one step in front of the other. They actually kept us going, I think with their positive attitude,” Sarah proudly boasts of her two children. “When we got to the top, we just started tearing up. They were in front of us walking, and we both just held hands.”

However, Roxy, in a video she recorded after completing day one of the ascent admits it’s harder than it looks:

“I made it up and that was hard. I was so tired. I could barely even walk.”

Despite it being difficult along the way, these two daredevils have only just begun their adventures. Their trip to Tanzania, Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro is only the first of many more to come, promises a brave Roxy. And we can’t wait to follow this family’s adventures!

At age 8 my greatest achievement was beading myself a bracelet. At age 8, Miss Roxy Getter’s greatest achievement is hiking up a mountain 19,431 foot tall. Talk about an over achiever.
Roxy Getter is officially the youngest girl to ever climb Kilimanjaro...

Entertainment

Rekindling Their Romance After 70 Years: How He Got Her to Say “I Do”

For Ed Sellers, it seems it’s never too late to rekindle a teenage romance. The 88-year-old refused to let his teenage sweetheart, Katie Smith, 89, be the one that got away. 70 years after these two first dated, Seller plucked up the courage and gave Smith a call. Well, gave Smith multiple calls as she was not answering at first. But Seller would not give up, and boy did it pay off!

Rekindling a Romance

Before that phone call, the last time this pair had spoken was way back in the 1940’s when Seller was 14 and Smith 15. They were neighbors in North Carolina. They dated for three years but, since Smith came from a very religious family, all their dates were strictly chaperoned and took place in her living room. Because of these conditions, their relationship came to an end and each one went their separate ways, marrying and having lives of their own. They each did very well and raised beautiful family, but a series of events would ultimately lead these two together. Sadly, Smiths husband died 17 years ago form cancer and Seller’s wife, Dot, succumbed to the Alzheimer’s disease and died four years ago.

A while later, Seller realized it was not too late for a new love, and drove 40 miles from his home to Smith’s neighborhood to search for her contact details. But Smith was not an easy catch. Much like her old ways, Smith is still religious and it took Seller a year and a half of driving down to Smith’s home, (he still never slept over because they were not yet married) before he convinced her to be with him.

Still Playing Hard-To-Get

Smith jokes that he asked her to marry him more times than the amount of fingers and toes he had! But eventually the hard-work paid off. as Smith recalls: ““He got down on his knees and brought me a diamond, I reckon I must have said yes!”

A Wedding and a Half

Their wedding ceremony could not have been cuter! Each sat on a rocking chair and said their vows surrounded by their friends and family who came to support the couple. They were sure to mention and pay respect to their late spouses as they did not want to dishonor them in any way.
The couple seem to have found love and companionship once again so late in their lives.

While Seller says, “She’s a beautiful lady, easy to get along with, and we’re very compatible with one another,” Smith adorably states that Seller is the same gentleman he was all those years ago when she first knew him, claiming “He treats me like a queen.”

Let’s all hope we find such pure love in our lifetime!

For Ed Sellers, it seems it’s never too late to rekindle a teenage romance. The 88-year-old refused to let his teenage sweetheart, Katie Smith, 89, be the one that got away. 70 years after these two first dated, Seller plucked up the courage and gave Smith...

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American Football Field: The Perfect Place to Die?

A “perfect place to die”- this was New York Jets Jamal Adams’ response when he was asked about CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) during an event this Monday. And although his passion for the American pastime is clear, if you were to take his words literally, it seems football players may actually need to have a death wish in order to continue with a passion for their sport.

CTE

When Nigerian born Bennet Omalu first discovered the link between CTE, a degenerative brain disease, and American football all the way back in 2006, he was dismissed by the NFL as scientifically invalid. However, as the years went by this clear-cut connection between concussions sustained during football and CTE is no longer deniable. Only last week a new study conducted by medical journal JAMA came out with disturbing results. In 2015 a movie called “Concussion” starring Will Smith was produced.

The study included the researching of 202 brains from deceased former football players. The investigation showed that an overwhelming 99 percent (110 out of 111) of former NFL players were diagnosed with a degenerative brain disease and 87 percent of players showed CTE. These alarmingly high numbers seem to scream out to those in power to make some drastic changes to this lovely American patriotic game which may, very unpatriotically, be causing irreversible damage to many of its players.

Players Are Showing Concern

While some, like Jamal Adams seem kind of at peace with the sacrifice, there are always two sides to the coin. NFL player Martellus Bennet, hours after he heard about Jamal’s response to the CTE question, voiced his opinion through a series of tweets.

He continued, “Look football is great but I ain’t dying for this s—t. lo,”. Seems not all players are at piece with sacrificing for the game. Another person who was not impressed with Jamal’s response to CTE concerns was the ex-wife of the late Steerlers offensive lineman Justin Strzelczyk who was diagnosed with CTE after his death. Ex-wife Keana MacMahon who divorced Strzelczyk just nine months before he drove his pickup truck into oncoming traffic stated regarding Jamal’s comments “I don’t even know what to say. This guy (Adams) doesn’t know what’s coming down the pipeline,”.

Clearly, as CTE studies continue and the results continue to point out the connection between seemingly harmless football field tackles, and a very harmful disease that causes depression, paranoia, rage and possible early death, changes will have to be implemented or Football players will be forced to truly question whether the field is in fact the perfect place to die.

A “perfect place to die”- this was New York Jets Jamal Adams’ response when he was asked about CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) during an event this Monday. And although his passion for the American pastime is clear, if you were to take his words...

Entertainment Health

Concert lovers are happier

In this era of general discontent, caused by political discord and economic insecurity, there are some people who are genuinely satisfied with their lives. If you come around those people, try to ask them their little secret, but there’s a chance that they may not have time to talk. Well, it is maybe because they’ re on their way to concert or a dance studio. Even the rehearsal for their choral group can be a reason.

Some new Australian studies say that people who regularly go to musical events like concerts or dance studios, have shown higher levels of well-being. For example, singer were very positive about their lives when they were in any sort of ensemble. Deakin University scholars, Melissa Weinberg and Dawn Joseph say: “the important role of engaging with music in the company of others.” They noted that there are elevated levels of life satisfaction among people in Australia who took part in musical experiences, from ballroom dancing to hanging out at clubs to hear bands.

The study that was published in the journal “Psychology of Music”, interviewed 1000 Australians by telephone, asking them to rate, on a zero-to-ten scale, “How satisfied are you with your life right now?” They separated that general question into seven smaller categories, such as how happy they felt about their health, relationships, security, and achievements in life.

They also had to answer a series of yes/no questions about their habitual modes of engagement with music. The question was also whether they listened to music, sang, danced, played an instrument, composed music or attended musical concerts. Those who confirmed their involvement in music were also asked if they were usually engaged in music alone or in company of others. The research report says: “Total wellbeing scores were significantly higher for people who reported that they danced or attended musical events.”

Compared to people who were not involved in these musical activities, members of both groups gave themselves higher ratings on several important scales, including life achievements, community and relationships. Concerts fans showed higher levels of satisfaction with their life standard, which can simply reflect the fact that tickets to these events have always been costly. It means that wealthier people are more likely to go to hear a band.

When it comes to choral singers, the researchers found “people who sang with others had higher scores on almost all domains.” They’ve been ranked statistically higher that those who don’t sing for two reasons: Their standard of living, and their sense of “community connectedness.” Weinberg and Joseph say: “There were no significant differences in wellbeing for people who sang alone compared to those who do not sing, suggesting that any benefits to wellbeing associated with singing are restricted to those who sing in the company of others.”

They also wrote: “Those who reported that they danced with others had significantly higher scores than those who did not dance on the domains of satisfaction with health, achieving in life, and relationships.” But the result was different for those who danced alone.

In this era of general discontent, caused by political discord and economic insecurity, there are some people who are genuinely satisfied with their lives. If you come around those people, try to ask them their little secret, but there’s a chance that...