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Christmas music and it's impact to our health

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, or the worst depending, in part, on whether you’re a fan of Christmas songs. I’ve been keeping my earbuds in when I go to the supermarket to avoid the wave of holiday cheer that is surely blaring from the omnipresent speakers. I’m hardly alone in my vulnerability to these thunderous tunes where snowmen talk and reindeer fly.

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