Afraid of Alzheimers?
-I know I am. But I also fear Supernovas. Go figure, Buck-Fifty, coffee, moving on:
Well, at least we can thank public education for doing their best/worst to fatten up the coffers of drug companies,
-by getting music programs out of schools.
Because if you want to still be sharp after age 83,
music, it turns out, is a Dayumn good way to do it.
And just Proven. -though in a relatively small study of just 70 people.
-between the ages of 60 and 83.
Check out the details at the links below, including some of the more important points on when to start, and duration of study.
-Now the next thing that Brenda Hanna-Pladdy and her co-conspirators at Emory and The Landon Center at U. Kansas Med-Center need to get on is this:
“Can you teach an old dog new tricks to avoid Alzheimer’s?”
& Is a Late Start Too Late To Do Any Good?,
–or is it just a matter of hours-spent, as Malcolm Gladwell would have you believe?
Photo Credits: “JS Bach playing bass”, by Dave Grossman and JSBach.net
• Source: Emory-Musical Activity…
• via: The odious, unapologetic, indiscriminate, internet-soul-vacuum that is HolyKaw
• More Coverage: Psycnet-abstract | Apa.org-Article
• PDF Abstract: Apa.org PDF