Music’s effects on our brains are remarkable, no matter what type of music you enjoy listening to or performing, according to research.
Lose weight, exercise, stop eating Twinkies — good health can be such a chore. But indulging in these four guilty pleasures may be good for us.
R&B singer Ben E. King, who passed away April 30 at age 76 in Hackensack, N.J., had a smooth, unaffected baritone and soulful delivery that earned him a string of top 10 singles between the late 1950s and early 1960s, both as a member of the Drifters and as a solo artist.
What’s good for your body is not necessarily good for your ears. Loud music is an integral part of many workout activities — spin classes are a prime example. A recent article in the New York Times found that the noise levels in a spin class at Crunch averaged 100 decibels over 40 minutes, and hit…
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