A symphony for dementia

Concert in Symphony Hall, Boston, Monday night.

Be there.

 

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  • We already have a symphony for dementia. (Ravel’s “Bolero”)

    (Thought for the day: I used to do scientific research on dementia, but I kept forgetting what I was trying to swim.)

  • It seems that classical music is therapeuticcally effective for brain problems, not only autism but also dementia.

  • Dementia is going to be a huge problem as the population continues to age. The best ways to prevent or at least delay it are healthy diet and exercise.

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