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Mozart in the Crib?

For centuries, lullabies have been used by various cultures around the world to pass down cultural knowledge and tradition, but most importantly they facilitate a nurturing relationship between caregiver and child. They have been seen […]

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Notes of Healing

When Grace was born 27 weeks into her mom’s pregnancy, a harpist was conducting research in her Boston neonate intensive care unit. Her mom, Mary Liz Van Dyck, says that the delicate sounds of the […]

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The Science of Love

New insight into love might help us make it better Since the days when our ancestor Australopithecus first sauntered across the African savannah, love has been one of the most cherished and enduring mysteries of […]