Study claims singing in choirs good for mental health

Thu 05 Dec 2013
By Sarah McAllister

Singing in a choir can boost your mental health, says a new study.

 A survey's questioned people who sang in choirs, sang alone, or played team sports. All three activities showed high levels of psychological well-being, but choristers experienced the biggest benefit.

Leader for IDMC choir John Fisher told Premier's Marcus Jones on the News Hour why he thinks it works.

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