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Posted at 11:20 AM on August 4, 2010 by Alison Young (1 Comments)
Filed under: Fun finds, In the media

Listening to Mozart may not make you smarter, but a new study says it can make you happier.

Sergio Castillo-Perez headed up the research at the University of Oaxaca in Mexico and says, "Music offers a simple and elegant way to treat anhedonia, the loss of pleasures in daily activities."

As well, music aids in pain management, though several patients at first weren't interested in music. But in time - and as their symptoms improved - they asked for more music.

Bring it on!


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Love this post!

Posted by Connie Sisco | August 18, 2010 5:15 PM