Surprise! Some long-believed bad—or at the very least unpleasant—things may actually be good for your health, according to the pros on The Doctors! Say—for example—cleaning your house, an activity most don’t consider a fun pastime—but did you know the average person walks 22 miles and burns 50,000 calories per year while cleaning the house?! Crying is another example of how something considered bad can be good: tears actually release stress hormones from the body and can make you feel better. And finally, we can all be proud of our ample booties! As it turns out, fat in the buttocks region of your body is different from unhealthy belly fat and may help absorb fatty acids floating through your bloodstream!