The Health Benefits of Music Lessons

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By Molly Clifton

Music lessons during childhood  can pay dividends much later in life even for people who haven’t touched an instrument in decades.  

Researchers at Northwestern University found that older adults who took lessons as children had a faster brain response to speech. 
 



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