The sound of a mother's voice is beneficial to the health of premature babies
That according to a new study of over 500 preemies born in the last 15 years.
Researchers found babies whose mothers talked or sang to them became more stable and had fewer health problems. The results also revealed that it didn't matter if mom's voice was live or recorded.
But experts report that it is not clear if there are any long-term effects on an infant's development.
Yoga helping those with colitis
Yoga may improve the health and happiness of people with ulcerative colitis, a condition triggered by stress.
Researchers had a group of 77 patients do weekly yoga classes or only instructed on self-care. The yoga group had fewer relapses and reported a better quality of life than those who did not take yoga.
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