Monday, April 23, 2012

Classical music helps the transplanted heart

Japanese scientists have found that "classical music helps the transplanted heart". In Tokyo Džantando University Hospital, mice was transplanted heart, let the serious and pop music, and the little patients who listened to Verdi's "La Traviata" and Mozart's concert music has lived twice as long

Specifically, mice with a transplanted heart, listening to Verdi lived 26 days, and Mozart's listeners have lived over 20 days. Patients who listened to Irish pop-star Agnew lived 11 days, and the unfortunates showered with monotonous music only 7 days.



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