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Astonishing — Music beats Parkinson’s, dementia? Yes!

Sydney - The grim truths of Parkinson’s and dementia are all too well known. The level of mental dysfunction is appalling. Imagine finding out that music can reconnect mental functions and restore memories, almost literally bringing people back to normal.

Op-Ed: Music's Universal Appeal

The increased use of music therapy as a primary treatment and the combined use of music therapy with other therapies has helped treat a wide array of conditions and diseases.

Op-Ed: Music therapy can restore vision?

A recent study in the UK says that listening to pleasant music may help to restore vision that has been impaired in stroke patients.

Musicophilia: Yes, music heals, ask a neurologist who's borrowed a choir

Oliver Sacks and the Harlem Abyssinian Baptist Church have joined forces to explore a subject they’ve both been working on: The effect of music on the brain. Any musician would have to agree, but we’re biased. Sacks sees potentials for real therapy.

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