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Community singing 'improves mental health and helps recovery'
by Philippa Roxby, Health reporter BBC News
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21 December 2017
On 21 December 2017 BBC News reported:
Singing in groups can help people recover from mental illness, making them feel valued and increasing their confidence, according to research. A University of East Anglia study of singers involved in free weekly workshops in Norfolk found benefits to mood and social skills. Researchers said the Sing Your Heart Out project had stopped some people from relapsing.
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