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Music Takes 13 Minutes to ‘Release Sadness’ and 9 to Make You Happy, Says New Study

The British Academy of Sound Therapy (BAST) has been studying the beneficial effects of listening to music for therapeutic purposes for years. The new research by BAST, the Music as Medicine project, has tried to identify exactly what kind of music stimulates positive neural responses and how long one must listen before these responses begin to activate.…read more »

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Bill Gates is Now Building Factories to Produce 7 of the Most Promising COVID-19 Vaccines

Bill Gates has just announced that he and his foundation are accelerating the COVID-19 response effort by building factories for all seven of the most promising vaccines currently in development—even though only one or two of them will likely be produced. Gates discussed the initiative during his at-home interview with The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah this week.…read more »

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The Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy have been deemed “essential workers”

If your kids are worried that the COVID-19 pandemic means that they won’t get their annual visit from the Easter Bunny, tell them not to fret.  Because the Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy work hard to bring cheer to children all over the globe — they’ve been deemed “essential workers!” New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made…read more »

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  • Bryan Reeder

      One of my earliest memories was riding in the car with my mom in 1972.  I was too little to see out the window, but I could see tree tops passing by while 55 KTSA was on the radio.  Whenever Saturday In The Park comes on, I picture those tree tops in my mind. …
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  • Larry Crippen

    My job is to tell your story. But first, since this is a bio, let me say some things about me. I was probably destined to be in radio. As a kid of fifteen in Dallas, I could often be found talking with other ham radio operators around the world. Money from playing drums in…
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