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Making the Most of Music

Music is much more than a pleasant diversion. It also can be a useful tool to spark memories and bond with others. Check out this article to learn how music may help by reducing stress, boosting focus and masking other sounds. Visit AARP® Staying Sharp for more brain health information.

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My love of classic jazz music prompted me to start a jazz appreciation group in my area.  We share music and discuss various jazz groups and variations.  We had to suspend the dinner meetings, due to the dreaded virus, but will reinstate them should the vaccine prove effective.  Everyone looked forward to them as an educational mood enhancer.

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