The Science Behind Smiling :)

Smiling Science EducationHave you ever considered that teachers compute the same topics differently due to their familiar science background? Well, we figured we would choose the topic of “smiling” and sum all of the different perspectives together. 10 sciences later, this is what we came up with!




Biology: It takes 17 muscles to smile while taking 43 muscles to frown.

Physics: A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.

Language Arts: Everyone smiles in the same language.

Immunology: Smiling really can improve your physical health, too. Your body is more relaxed when you smile, which contributes to good health and a stronger immune system.

Chemistry: A smile can begin a lifelong chemistry.

Career Education: When a person studies laughter they are known as a ‘gelotologist’.

Psychology: Psychologists have found that even if you’re in bad mood, you can instantly lift your spirits by forcing yourself to smile.

Cosmetology: A research study conducted by Orbit Complete discovered that 69% of people find women more attractive when they smile than when they are wearing makeup.

Pathology: Smiling is contagious!

Endocrinology: You release endorphins and serotonin, your feel-good hormones, when you smile. These help keep stress at bay.


So, we at Fisher Science Education urge you to teach “Smiling” along with “Science” to our future scientists! If you have another science

prospective on the topic of smiling, send it our way!


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