From The LA Times By Melissa Healy  July 8, 2013, 3:24 p.m.

Singing together

“…learning to play a musical instrument can have long-term cognitive benefits, and that listening to music can lower blood pressure, ease pain and provide connections to happier, healthier times and memories.”

A chorus sings last month in South Africa outside the hospital of former President Nelson Mandela. Choral singing can synchronize heartbeats and moods, a study finds.

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