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BERT

Do museums and other heritage organisations have something to offer the healthcare sector? Based on the data derived from the Happy Family Kitchen II project, this paper examines the effectiveness of a community-based positive psychology family intervention on subjective happiness and health-related quality of life. Background: Risk information in patient decision aids (PDAs) is often difficult for older patients to process. These results not only demonstrate the extent of cognitive benefits of a short-term piano training intervention for older adults, but also the importance of considering the group dynamics in the learning environment.

XLNET

Do museums and other heritage organisations have something to offer the healthcare sector? Aims: This literature review aims to illustrate the variety and multitude of studies showing that participation in arts activities and clinical arts interventions can be beneficial for citizens with mental and physical health problems. Future research should focus on the efficacy of the intervention for reducing social isolation and loneliness. The present randomized clinical trial (RCT), known as the Art-Health RCT (A-Health RCT), aims to compare changes in well-being, quality of life, frailty, and physiological measures in older community dwellers who participate in "Thursdays at the Museum"(intervention group) and in their counterparts who do not participate in this art-based activity (control group).

GPT2

Do museums and other heritage organisations have something to offer the healthcare sector? The purpose of the study was to investigate the impact of dance‐based exergaming on a diverse sample of obese adolescents' perceived competence to exercise, psychological adjustment and body mass index (BMI ). Through a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods, the study which the article is based on, showed that participants had short-term improved psychological well-being after participating in a guided reading circle. Conclusions: It seems that bibliotherapy could efficiently decrease the intensity of depressive symptoms.