Nature’s Sights and Sounds — But Not Cityscapes and Noise — Ease Spinal Pain During Bone Marrow Extractions


"As the song says, a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, and now researchers at Johns Hopkins have found that the sights and sounds of chirping birds, ribbiting frogs and water trickling downstream can ease the substantial pain of bone marrow extraction in one of five people who must endure it."

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