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Articles on Maharishi University's brain conference appearing throughout the US
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27 March 2005
On 27 March 2005 Global Good News reported:
Maharishi University of Management's emphasis on tracking brain development changes in students, and the university's recent brain conference, which highlighted the damaging effects most educational institutions have on the learning capacity of their students, has gained national recognition. Newspapers across the country have posted the original St Louis Post Dispatch article, 'University will wire students' brains to track change'.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring
fulfilment to the field of education.
The article, written by St Louis Post Dispatch reporter Tina Hesman, was originally printed on 19 March 2005. The article noted that increased scientific attention is being focused on the changes that occur in the brain during practice of the Transcendental Meditation Technique, and how those changes impact intelligence and creativity.
The article also reviewed the scientifically validated benefits of TM, including 'reduction in stress hormones, lower blood pressure, slowing or reversal of hardening of the arteries, lower rates of smoking and alcohol abuse, reduced death rate from heart disease, lower hospitalization rates for cancer and psychiatric diseases, and reduced rates of infectious diseases'.
Since the original article was published, it has appeared in the Duluth News Tribune (Minnesota), the Kansas City Star (Missouri), the Myrtle Beach Sun News (South Carolina), the Bradenton Herald (Florida), the San Luis Obispo Tribune (California), the Charlotte Observer (North Carolina), the Biloxi Sun Herald (Mississipi), the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (Georgia), the Centre Daily Times (Pennsylvania), the Minnesota Pioneer Press, the Grand Forks Herald (North Dakota), and the Monterey County Herald (California), as well as on web news sites, Tallahassee.com and Kentucky.com.
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