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    Singing with others feels amazing. Group singing promotes social bonding and has been shown to raise oxytocin (the “bonding hormone”) and decrease cortisol (the “stress hormone”).

    But it’s not just about singing in groups. There are many unexpected ways singing is good for you, even if you’re on your own.

    Singing is a free and accessible activity which can help us live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.

    And before you protest you are “tone deaf” and “can’t sing”, research shows most people can sing accurately in tune, so let’s warm up those voices and get singing.

    Read the full article from The Conversation, here.
    Thank you to CMVic volunteer, Lin Mak, for sourcing this article!