Health tip: Crank up the tunes

| January 28, 2013

Researchers say that brain-imaging techniques have linked music and its effects on our nervous system to improved mood and well-being. Your mental and physical energy get a big boost every time you listen to music that moves you.

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  • Elvin

    I have been long time chronic listener of talk-radio, but now thanks to iTunes and the ability it gives me to own any music instantaneously; music has taken a much needed place along side of talk, talk, talk!

  • http://twitter.com/ECTTS East Coast Truck

    I always know music made you feel better, I had no idea of the science behind it.

    -carhauler
    http://www.ectts.com

  • Windjammer

    After 5 million miles , people look at me funny when I say music has been my best friend . I’ve known for years how much it improves one’s attitude .