Studies show music may help relieve pain

A study from London's Great Ormond Street Hospital found that singing lullabies to sick children younger than 3 reduced their pain and heart rate better than reading to them or leaving them alone. Another study, from the University of Utah Pain Management Center, found that 66% of people 16 to 24 found listening to music helped relieve persistent pain.

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