Singing rewires the brains of stroke patients

A trial led by Gottfried Schlaug, a neurology professor at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School in Boston, US, has shown that teaching stroke patients to sing “rewires” their brains, helping them recover their speech. Reports appeared both on BBC news and in The Independent.

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Originally posted: September 28th, 2010


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