Play Mozart to keep babies happy in the womb, doctors reveal

A new study has revealed that playing Mozart to unborn babies is most likely to keep them happy in the womb, but Adele and the Bee Gees should be avoided.

Research by fertility doctors has found that, overall, foetuses prefer classical music to contemporary songs.

Bach’s sonata for flute, as well as Beethoven’s Ode to Joy from the ninth sympathy, were also found to elicit happily contented responses.

However, Someone Like You by Adele, as well as Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody scored lowest.

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