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Researchers have found that playing music can actually cause the body to heal itself, even taking the place of painkillers and anti-anxiety medication, giving way to the theory of “mind over matter.”

Researchers have found that playing music can actually cause the body to heal itself, even taking the place of painkillers and anti-anxiety medication, giving way to the theory of “mind over matter.

Researchers in Toronto are studying whether singing in a choir and practicing pitch can help hearing-impaired people function better in noisy environments.

'Like Brain Boot Camp': Using Music To Ease Hearing Loss

Most of the people in a choir at Ryerson University in Toronto have joined a study testing how practicing music might help people with hearing loss handle noisy environments better.

Music therapy gives college students an engaging and effective way to deal with stress and anxiety. Has music helped relax?

Music therapy gives college students an engaging and effective way to deal with stress and anxiety. Has music helped relax?

The key to relaxation is on your phone.

These 8 Apps Are Exactly What You Need To Conquer Stress And Anxiety

Listening to music comes with tons of personal benefits, from easing your anxiety to improving your memory.

Music For Anxiety: Mozart Vs. Metal | Care2 Healthy Living

What physiologic effects does classical music have compared to new age music, grunge rock, techno, and heavy metal?

Environmental researchers are transforming big data into classical music and giving voice to not-always-accessible environmental issues. Call it the sound of science.

The Art of Turning Climate Change Science into Music

A different way to communicate climate change science: "Raw data sets enter a computer and emerge as music.

‘I won’t be able to focus if you turn that off,’ a gazillion teenagers have whined at their parents. Is it possible that they’re right? Article from UK's The Guardian newspaper

Does music really help you concentrate?

‘I won’t be able to focus if you turn that off,’ a gazillion teenagers have whined at their parents.

TIL only some people can physical chills from listening to music and those people generally have the personality trait of being 'open to experience'

Only two-thirds of people experience music-induced chills.

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