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Researchers Find that Choir's Heartbeats Synchronize

When some choirs sing, the individuals' heart rates quickly synchronize. Researchers from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden monitored the pulse of high school choir singers and also found that when the choir began to sing, their unified voices caused their heart rates to slow.

Possible Preaching Angle:

What a picture of church unity, worship, or shared mission that unites individuals so profoundly that their very pulses flow together.

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