Bryan Hubbard
June 22 2020

Mozart's music was supposed to make our kids smarter—and now new research suggests it could reduce the number of epilepsy seizures.
Although Mozart has been the go-to composer for treating epilepsy for the past 20 years, researchers weren't sure if there was anything special about the music or whether any scrambled version would work just as well.

After testing the maestro against a nearly-Mozart version for a year, researchers at the Toronto Western Hospital have confirmed that only the original will work. In fact, listening to Mozart's music once a day reduces the frequency of seizures.

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