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How to live to 100 and love it! (Readers Digest)

Power of music to improve seniors' hearing under research at MUN (VOCM)

Give Nan a Nintendo to keep her brain sharp (CBC News)

Gaming for grey matter: Video gaming staves off Alzheimer's disease (Memorial Gazette)

Grenfell graduate thankful for support on eve of convocation (Western Star)

Playing 3D video games good for older adults brains: study (Radio Canada International)

Music to my ears: MUN researcher explores link between music and hearing (CBC)

Hear, hear: New spring graduate improving hearing test results for Newfoundland (MUN Gazette)

How a career in hearing loss can break Canada's sound barrier (McLean's)

Grenfell research chair looking to eventually improve life for the aging adult (The Western Star) 

Past Music Training May Help Compensate for Some Age-Related Declines (The Dana Foundation)

La musique rend-elle sourd? - (Le Devoir)

For Some People, There's No Such Thing as Music (Brain Decoder)

Science et musique : Les mystères de l’amusie  (Science and Music: The Mystery of Amusia) (La Scena Musicale)

Life-long musicians experience fewer age-related hearing problems (The Globe and Mail)

Practice the piano. Do you hear me? (The Toronto Star)

Audio and Video

Music as Medicine (The Health and Wellness Show, VOCM radio) 


CBC News story about Dr. Zendel's research on video games in older adults

Mario Kart for the Memory (VOCM Radio)

A Grenfell Campus researcher thinks learning to play music could help keep your hearing keen when you get old (CBC Radio)


Dr. Zendel on InstruMental: Can musical training reduce hearing loss? (July 22nd 2016)

Dr. Benjamin Zendel on CBC Radio (March 22nd 2016)

Dr. Benjamin Zendel on Iceberg Radio (October 20th 2015)


Dr. Benjamin Zendel giving a talk to the Linguistics Department at Memorial University of Newfoundland (March 10th 2016)

Feature piece about music training and the brain (skip to 23:15) (Le Téléjournal - Radio-Canada)

Musicians Maintain Hearing Better (Scientific American)