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Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Childhood Music Lessons Could Benefit Your Brain Later On
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Researchers from Northwestern University found that brain responses to speech are faster among older adults who took childhood music lessons -- even if they haven't touched an instrument in decades.
And the positive effects seemed to be stronger the longer a person took music lessons as a child, the researchers noted
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