A technological advancement for cochlear implant users is in the works for those who would like to hear an improvement in music, according to a new research.
In a new study, researchers found that people with a musical background might be better at learning language skills.
Making music help boosts pro-social behavior and problem-solving skills in young children, a new study suggests.
Researchers reported that teenagers and young adults who listen to music they like are more prone to making driving mistakes.
A new survey conducted by a UK fitness center, Harpers Fitness, found that people spent around 39 percent of each hour of their time at the gym doing things, such as chatting or checking text messages, that are not related to exercising.
Having a hard time learning a new language? Try singing it out loud.
Turning on the music could help ease pain in children, according to new research.
Japanese scientists found that sad music actually triggers positive emotions.
Researchers found that when people sing in choirs, their heartbeats tend to sync as one.
68-year-old Jeannette Griffin watched a live cricket match as doctors performed open hip surgery.
Judging by the number of women that straight male musicians have bedded, many women are attracted to male musicians.
Researchers found that temporary hearing loss, which often results from listening to loud noises, might be an adaptation to protect the eardrums from permanent hearing loss.
Researchers have found that singing lullabies to premature babies helped improve their vital signs.
Study found that listening to music during sleep can improve one's memory and brainpower.
Researchers found that certain tonal languages, such as Cantonese, can improve the speakers' brain abilities in learning music.