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Music gives food for thought

CHILDREN who learn to play a musical instrument could be improving their memory and academic performance, a study by psychologists at the Chinese University of Hong Kong claims. It says learning musical scales and reading music can develop the left side of youngsters' brains, which controls the ability to learn vocabulary and retain information.

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