Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Tag: study

bath

Depressed? Taking a bath could help, study finds

Spending quality time in the bathtub could assist with mood disorders, a new study finds. That's right, taking a warm bath can reportedly help...
Music piracy

Music piracy is still very much a thing, study finds

If you thought piracy was something from a distant era, before we had easy access to music for free on streaming service, we have...
smartphones, vine

Smartphones aren’t to blame for young people’s loneliness, survey says

It's almost a given that you're going to feel lonely at some point in your life. And a new survey says that young people...
Sex or live music?

Fans more likely to value live music over sex, survey finds

A new study from concert giant Live Nation claims that music fans are 10 percent more likely to value live music over sex, as...
emo study lyrics

Study ranks songs by how emo the lyrics are

Ask anyone to rattle off their favorite emo bands and you'll more than likely get the same answers. Dashboard Confessional and My Chemical Romance...

Having tattoos won’t keep you from landing a job, study finds

Your elders' wisdom isn't necessarily your wisdom, and it looks like that universal ground rule is finally bearing out when it comes to tattoo...

Report finds musicians only receive 12% of the $43 billion the music industry makes

A new report has found that musicians in the United States only received 12% of the $43 billion revenue the music industry made in...
Music headphones

Empathetic people get more joy out of music, study finds

Ever wonder why metalheads can often be the nicest people? Apparently, those who more intensely understand the pain or pleasure of others find more...
Millennials hair & phones

Nearly half of millennials would choose their phone over shampoo

Almost half of millennials would rather give up shampooing for a week than stop using their phones, according to a survey over at Business...

Mainstream pop music exhibits more sadness than ever, study finds

Does pop music contain more sadness than ever before? A new music study that analyzed hundreds of thousands of songs from the past three...

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