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I have two questions in the following passage:

SHIRLEY HICKS: It makes you feel better. It gets the endorphins moving which are the feel-good hormones. It boosts your immune system, it's a really good aerobic workout and we know three seconds of laughter is equal to about 10 minutes on a rowing machine.

PETER HARVEY: Shirley Hicks teaches people how to laugh, hundreds of them, and anyone can learn, even cynical old journos like me.

SHIRLEY HICKS: So now, why don't we just laugh for no reason?

PETER HARVEY: Okay. Alright.

SHIRLEY HICKS: You can follow me.

PETER HARVEY: Alright. Away you go. I'm feeling better already.

SHIRLEY HICKS: You look it.

Question1, what's is the " which are the feel-good hormones"?

Question 2, Does the " Away you go " means "after you , or I follow you , or You laugh first"?

Thanks for your help.
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those hormones which are making you feel good
such as, I think, the adrenaline

away you go
I think it's similar to
there you go
which is discussed here

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Marius Hancuthose hormones which are making you feel good
such as, I think, the adrenaline

away you go
I think it's similar to
there you go
which is discussed here


I understand , Oh , thanks for your help.