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13 November 2013

Playing an instrument boosts youngsters' brains

Playing a musical instrument can cause fundamental changes in a young person's brain, shaping both how it functions and how it is physically structured.

Playing a musical instrument can cause fundamental changes in a young person's brain, shaping both how it functions and how it is physically structured, researchers say.

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