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  • 9 Aug 2022 9:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on Jul 14, 2022 by Medical News Today

    Millions of people experience chronic pain, which can often be disruptive to everyday life. According to data from the National Health Interview SurveyTrusted Source, chronic pain — defined as pain that is felt “most days” or “every day” — affects 20.4% (1 in 5) of the adult population in the United States.

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  • 9 Aug 2022 9:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on Jul 12, 2022 by CNN Health

    There is a crisis in teen mental health, and schools in many countries are exploring different ways to make young people more resilient. However, a UK-based research project, the largest of its kind on the subject, has suggested mindfulness training in schools might be a dead end -- at least as a universal, one-size-fits-all approach.

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  • 26 Apr 2022 3:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on Mar 28, 2022 by Harvard Health Publishing

    We all experience moments of indulgence that lead to overeating. If it happens once in a while, it’s nothing to worry about. If it happens frequently, you may wonder if you have an overeating problem or "food addiction." Before you worry, know that neither of those is considered an official medical diagnosis. In fact, the existence of food addiction is hotly debated.

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  • 31 Jan 2022 12:55 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on 01/26/2022 by Science News

    On yellow poster board, blue letters spell BELIEVE, a nod to the Emmy-winning TV show Ted Lasso. The sign hangs above mindfulness researcher Tommy Minkler’s office door at West Virginia University, a reminder to trust in the work he’s doing to help elite athletes...

  • 6 Dec 2021 11:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on 12/02/2021 by Forbes

    The practice of mindfulness has benefits for the American workforce. It helps with stress reduction, focus and self-awareness—even improves engagement and productivity. But according to a new study, many people are using it in the wrong way. Researchers at the University of Waterloo...

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  • 4 Nov 2021 2:59 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on 10/14/2021 by Harvard Medical School

    It’s easy to say you simply don’t have time to be mindful. With so much going on in daily life, who has time to stop and be present? But everyone has at least 10 minutes to spare to practice mindfulness.The point of these brief, daily reflections is to help you tap into calmness whenever life gets too hairy. Practicing everyday mindfulness can also improve your memory and concentration skills and help you feel less distracted and better able to manage crises like dealing with the pandemic.

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  • 4 Aug 2021 11:39 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on 07/30/2021 by Rutgers University

    Mindfulness strategies and yoga sessions offered by Rutgers University‒Camden in the fall of 2019 came at an opportune time, teaching Camden residents skills to improve their physical and mental health and helping to deal with issues related to COVID-19 when the pandemic hit in New Jersey several months later. The sessions led by two Rutgers‒Camden nursing professors are part of a study on the enduring benefits of mindfulness meditation upon reducing stress and medical and mental health issues.

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  • 30 Jun 2021 10:52 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on 06/29/2021 by CNN Health

    Noticing the here and now sounds simple, right? That's the core of mindfulness practices, which invite participants to direct their attention to the present."I define it as paying attention to our present moment experiences with openness, curiosity and willingness to be with that experience," said Diana Winston, director of...

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  • 30 Jun 2021 10:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on 06/24/2021 by Miami Herald

    Stop and smell the roses. Live in the present. Focus on what is important. These are all things we tell our kids to do -- even though we may have trouble doing them ourselves. But what do those phrases mean? They sound good, but what are we really trying to instill in our children when we say them?

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  • 27 May 2021 8:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Original post on 05/26/2021 by AARP

    When psychiatrist Judson Brewer, M.D., wants to help a patient stop smoking, one of the first things he does is ask the smoker to give his or her full attention to smoking a cigarette, focusing on how it tastes, smells and feels right then. "Not one of them has come back and said that they enjoyed smoking,” says Brewer...

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