Music may help lessen kids' needle stress

by admin on July 18, 2013

By Andrew M. Seaman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Children who listened to music while an IV needle was inserted into their arms were less stressed than kids who didn't listen to music, in a new study from Canada. "We were really looking to see if music could reduce the distress in children," said Lisa Hartling, the study's lead author from University of Alberta in Edmonton. Aside from pain …

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