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Can Singing Lead to a Longer, Healthier Life?

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October 4, 2013
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A new study underway at the University of California, San Francisco aims to find out if singing in a choir can help with aging. As AP's Haven Daley explains, the possible benefits of singing are both mental and physical.


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FORA.tv (Jan. 24, 2013) — Wonderfest discusses the complexity of human overconfidence and the frailty of knowledge. While self-confidence is a prized human attribute, too much confidence can be obnoxious, pernicious, and even deadly. This audience-participation talk will present a simple 10-question quiz to measure an important aspect of individual self-confidence. With analysis and discussion of these measurements, audience members will be better able to calibrate properly their personal levels of self-confidence. The ultimate goal will be a "healthier skepticism" toward one's own depth of knowledge about the world. Presented in collaboration with the Bay Area Skeptics.
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Voice Quality Signals Emotion to the Opera Audience

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FORA.tv (June 3, 2013) — Klaus Scherer, Director, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva, reveals the expression of emotion in operatic singing.
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How to Maintain Mystery in a Relationship

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Howdini (Sep. 4, 2011) — Too much togetherness can be bad for a marriage. It can lead to boredom and a lack of individuality. Couples therapist and author Esther Perel says you can be closer by adding distance and mystery to your relationship.
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How to Rekindle Your Sex Life After Having a Baby

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Howdini (Oct. 7, 2011) — For many women, a new baby means your whole life changes --including your sex life. How do you keep romance alive when all you want to do when you get into bed is sleep? Therapist Rachel Sussman has tips to help you rekindle your sex life after the baby comes.
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