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Music to the Tiniest Ears

Babies in neo-natal intensive care units may be benefitting from listening to music.
02:02 | 06/18/2013

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Finally tonight a special kind of song. Leonard bernstein once said music can name the unnameable and communicate the unknowable. Our doctor and resident explored the remarkable difference music is... See More
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