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The Power of Music on the Brain
It's good for mood, memory and more
'Music on Our Minds'
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Staying Sharp’s Guide to Music and Brain Health
Explore how they are intrinsically tied together
Feel the rhythm in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month
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There are stories behind the champ's song choices
Musician provides cheer with virtual performances
Research shows the positive effect on mental health
People with Parkinson's see physical, social benefits
Why it could become the prescription of the future
Singer also reflects on her debut album
Tips to sharpen your mind with song and dance
Learn how music therapy has aided them in recovery
It's helping them connect with their caregivers
Sing along to the songs in this Taylor-made collection
Listen to the popular hit singles of 10 rising stars
Veteran entertainers say age wasn't a barrier
Dig in to these shows for new or seasoned hobbyists
Podcasts that will satisfy enthusiasts or casual fans
Listen to shows that focus on the brighter side of life
'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' hit No. 1 in 1970
Rita Wilson discusses her new music
Her new music takes on the government, social media
New blues album features some big-name friends
The iconic song is still raising money for famine relief
How music is helping him get through the pandemic
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