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