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Joining a choir may help elders enjoy life
by Manas Mishra
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6 December 2018
On 6 December 2018 Reuters reported:
Singing in a community choir may provide some psychological benefit to seniors, a small study suggests. There were ... significant improvements in two components of the psychosocial evaluation among choir participants. People in this group were feeling less lonely, and they were more interested in life -- that is, their responses to survey questions indicated they were more interested in things, got more things done, were doing more interesting things, and felt more motivated.
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