Can’t speak after a stroke? Try singing. - WashingtonPost.com

“It sucks,” Julie Stillman told Seven Days, a Vermont alt-weekly. “Boy, does it suck.”

...

“We’re basically tapping into the undamaged side of the brain which allows people to sing easier than they speak,” Melinda Corwin, an associate professor at Texas Tech University Health Science Center, told The Washington Post.

Read the full story >>