Curiosity Daily Podcast: Beat Stress with Laughter Yoga (w/ Madan Kataria, MD)

Learn about the benefits of laughter yoga with the founder of the laughter club movement, Dr. Madan Kataria. You’ll also learn about a major breakthrough in the way scientists are searching for dark matter.

January 13, 2021

Episode Show Notes:

This new dark-matter detection method is 10x more precise by Grant Currin

Additional resources from Madan Kataria, M.D.

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