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Could simply listening to Mozart help people with epilepsy?

Listening to music composed by Mozart could help control seizures. The news from researchers add to the health benefits discovered in the past that listening to classical music might help people dealing with epilepsy. The findings that were presented last month at the European College of Neurpsychopharmacology; is a large study and based on reviews of literature that might inspire your doctor to suggest this simple intervention, combined with current treatment. Researchers, Dr. Glanluca Sesso and Dr. Frederico Sicca from the University of Pisa specifically looked at how Mozart's music affects epilepsy. Their review included 9 published studies out of 147; based on solid science and of good quality. Daily listening changes brain signals tooMozart's music also changed brain signals that are commonly seen in patients diagnosed with epilepsy,  in addition to lowering the number of seizures for people that listen to music daily. Tehe reduction varied between 31 and 66 percent. Dr. …

Researchers find a way to make air pollution harmless using graphene composite

A team of researchers has  found a way to render smog that causes air pollution harmless,  using a coated graphene composite

The implications for human health could mean fewer incidences of childhood respiratory diseases, heart problems and so much more

Pollution that comes from industry and motor vehicle exhaust fumes have been a growing problem and concern of the World Health Organization. 

Health experts have repeatedly warned lawmakers about the adverse effects of nanoparticles in the air that, if left unchecked, will continue to contribute to rising health costs and human suffering.’

According to the WHO, one out of every nine deaths have been linked to air pollution from nanoparticles. 

Air pollution  harms the body in ways that have been uncovered over the past decades. 

Lack of clean air in inner cities, underdeveloped countries and near freeways remains a concern, though some progress has been made thanks to government regulations; some of which have been rolled back, much to the c…