Playing music to premature babies helps them sleep and improves their breathing, claim doctors

Why playing music to premature babies 'helps them sleep and improves their breathing'New study claims music can puts newborns into a quietly attentive stateAlso improves sucking behaviours which are important to help them feedSound of instrument or a parent singing is better than nursery rhymesResearch by Beth Israel Hospital in New York across 11 American hospitals By Daniel Bates PUBLISHED: 16:47 GMT, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:11 GMT, 15 April 2013 Soothing: The sound of music can make a newborn sleep better and puts them in a quietly attentive state Playing live music to a prematurely born baby can slow its heartbeat and make the child breathe more easily, according to a new study.

Skin cells from heart attack victims turned into healthy heart muscle tissue for the first time

Skin cells from heart attack victims turned into healthy heart muscle tissue for the first time | UPDATED: 23:00 GMT, 22 May 2012 Professor Lior Gepstein has created healthy young cells from skin cells taken from elderly patients with heart failure Heart attack patients could one day have their organ repaired using their own skin cells, say scientists.

Heart attack risk is 21 times higher on first day of bereavement

Losing a loved one really can break your heart: Study finds attack risk is 21 times higher on first day of bereavement The death of a loved one makes you up to 21 times more likely to suffer a heart attack within a day of your loss, cardiologists say. During the first week of bereavement, the risk is almost six times higher than normal. It slowly declines during the month that follows, a study found.

Losing a loved one really can break your heart: Study finds attack risk is 21 times higher on first day of bereavement

Losing a loved one really can break your heart: Study finds attack risk is 21 times higher on first day of bereavement The death of a loved one makes you up to 21 times more likely to suffer a heart attack within a day of your loss, cardiologists say. During the first week of bereavement, the risk is almost six times higher than normal