Charliah Best (in blue shirt), director of Best Music Academy in Hong Kong, teaching music to brothers Zachary, 4, (left) and Cameron, 3, in Causeway Bay. She says the positive impact music has on the kids’ emotional, social and physical well-being is evident. Photo: Tory Ho

How music therapy boosts well-being in everyone from cancer patients to autistic children

  • Research increasingly shows the positive impact of music therapy on a range of conditions, as well as other cognitive, motor and social benefits
  • Harnessing the power of music for health is nothing new – different cultures have tuned into it for thousands of years
Topic |   Health and wellness

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Charliah Best (in blue shirt), director of Best Music Academy in Hong Kong, teaching music to brothers Zachary, 4, (left) and Cameron, 3, in Causeway Bay. She says the positive impact music has on the kids’ emotional, social and physical well-being is evident. Photo: Tory Ho
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