- A new study proves earplugs are effective in preventing hearing loss among attendees at music festivals.
- Nervana headphones deliver electrical stimulation to the vagus nerve with the beat of the music.
- Minimal regulation on drug and alcohol imagery in music videos may overexpose and encourage use in teenagers.
- Feeling happy, sad, or neutral will influence which parts of the brain’s creativity network light up and to what extent: study.
- If you listen to music before, during, and after surgery, researchers say, you may reduce your pain, anxiety, and the need for painkillers.
- A new study has shown that surgeons have increased performance while listening to their preferred music choice.
- People who play music not only have higher IQs, but also better problem-solving and multitasking skills than people who don't, a new study shows.
- A study found that a majority of brain-injured patients had clearer memories when they were exposed to music that was popular at a time when they would have been around to hear it on the radio.
- Listening to music may promote relaxation and well-being for people living with chronic pain.
- Patients and staff at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock give a spirited rendition of Katy Perry's hit song 'Roar.'
- In a series of related studies, researchers explored alcohol and environment, discovering that music makes women drink faster.
Music Reduces Perceived Physical Exertion While Exercising: Is Your Playlist Impacting Your Workout?Researchers study music’s relationship to physical exertion, and how listening to music while exercising affects stress and strain.