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Singing 'speeds up' recovery from post-natal depression
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9 January 2018
On 9 January 2018 BBC News reported:
Singing could help mothers recover from post-natal depression more quickly, a study suggests. The study, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, looked at 134 mothers with post-natal depression. Early recovery is seen to be crucial to limit effects on mother and baby. Previous studies have indicated singing can help improve the mental health of older people and those with dementia, but this is the first controlled study of its effect on post-natal depression.
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