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Does Karaoke Prevents Heart Attacks?

If the thought of getting up on stage and performing karaoke makes you feel like you're going to have a heart attack . . . maybe it's time to face your demons and just do it. Because apparently, there's no place for heart attacks in karaoke.

(--Although there IS a place for songs by "Heart". "Barracuda"? "Alone"? "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You"? COME ON!)

--According to a new study, doctors found that occasionally performing karaoke can improve your heart health and your stress levels. They found it eases tension and makes people feel happy and comfortable socially.

--NOW . . . keep in mind, this was a Japanese study, so you KNOW they wanted it to turn out pro-karaoke.

--But still . . . they studied almost 20,000 people and the results were statistically significant . . . so it's probably worth listening to.

In an attempt to prevent a heart attack... we will do "My Girl" from the Tempations for the Really-Wrong-Sing-Along tomorrow morning!!!

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01/06/2011 7:08AM
Does Karaoke Prevents Heart Attacks?
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