Posts filed under: Science & Health

from ADDitude mag My son’s young life was a matrix of appointments — ADHD specialist, child psychologist, occupational therapist, audiologist, speech therapist. He struggled in school and was in trouble more often than not. Then one day he discovered a...
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by James Stewart of vpr.org In an earlier episode we spent a great deal of time debunking the “Mozart Effect,” the idea that passively listening to music can increase the IQ or cognitive functions of an infant or an individual....
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via kansascity.com Doctors, nurses and other health care workers connected with the Nebraska medical school in Omaha may have found that making music with their orchestra may be the best medicine for easing their stress and meeting work challenges. The...
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via TusconLocalMedia.com If you’re going to enjoy a lifelong hobby, you can’t beat the benefits of playing a musical instrument. In addition to bringing joy to yourself and any listeners you might have, you’re doing great things for your brain....
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via the Miami News Record According to a recent article published on the NIH website, music may bring several health benefits. “When you listen to or create music, it affects how you think, feel, move, and more,” says neuroscientist Dr....
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