Scientists have discovered that singing is an exceptionally effective way to spread viruses through the aerosolized particles it expels, which may travel much farther than the six foot safety zone many people follow. This means choruses and choirs may not get …
Behavioral similarities between prodigies and some people with autism have long been noted. Now some researchers are beginning to find genetic links between the two phenomena. Experts discuss findings and their implications for autism treatment.
Many people sing badly and think they’re tone deaf, but a surprisingly low proportion of them truly can’t tell one note from another.
Some people simply have no rhythm. A small percentage may be "beat deaf," the rhythmic equivalent of tone deafness.
Experts discuss links between prodigies and some people with autism and their implications for autism treatment.
New research on stuttering has several new findings including a much more successful way to treat it.
Research shows that singing in a group has health benefits, as well as simply making people feel good. Experts and participants discuss this increasing singing trend in society, and how singing is being used to treat one serious disease.