Study found singing in a chorus boosted mental well-being,
sense of meaningfulness
(From MSN’s HealthDay News) — Singing in a choir might be good for your mental health, a new study suggests.
British researchers conducted an online survey of nearly 400 people who either sang in a choir, sang alone or belonged to a sports team. All three activities were associated with greater levels of mental well-being, but the levels were higher among those who sang in a choir than those who sang alone. Continue reading “Join the Kordsmen & Sing Your Cares Away!”