Mother and infant can build a strong connection with each other through singing songs.
For people with early signs of dementia, singing can be an effective tool in boosting memory and mood.
Singing is a more effective way of calming babies than talking, a new study reported.
Preemies who heard their mother's voices via a recording pacifier device learned to feed faster than babies who did not have the device, a new study reported.
A new study found that certain singing exercises can reduce snoring and improve one's quality of sleep.
Having a hard time learning a new language? Try singing it out loud.
Researchers found that when people sing in choirs, their heartbeats tend to sync as one.
A research team which measured the value of singing for older people has revealed that those who involve in community singing are healthier than others. The study has also revealed that for older people, singing groups are not only cost-effective, but a strategy to promote good health too. The study which looked in to the health benefits of community singing, conducted by the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health at Canterbury Christ Church University was a two year research project.