Could Learning to Sing Opera Reduce COVID After-Effects?

Summary by Cindy Olmstead

Can you sing your way out of viral after-effects? Opera coaches and doctors think so, and working together at Imperial College in the U.K., they helped COVID-19 survivors get their breath back by singing. When a person breaks into song — particularly opera — they must hold notes for extended periods of time, engage their diaphragms and practice proper breathing techniques — all great exercises, it turns out, for treating symptoms of long-haul COVID. Long-haul COVID-19...

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