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LOYOLA FIRST MEDICAL SCHOOL IN COUNTRY TO OFFER ELECTIVE IN TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION
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22 August 2016
On 22 Aug 2016 Newswise, a press release distribution service for journalists and public relations professionals, reported that Transcendental Meditation would once again be offered as an elective course for medical students at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
Loyola is also beginning a new study of the effects of the TM technique on physicians. Study participants will undergo functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), which measures brain activity. The study is led by Murali Rao, MD, and Paolo Nucifora, MD.
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''We want to bring medical students to their highest potential in spirit, mind, and body, says Dr. Linda Brubaker, dean of Stritch School of Medicine, ''and the Transcendental Meditation technique helps accomplish all of these.'' Third-year medical student Danielle Terrell meditates before lunch and before dinner. She said meditation protects against stress, like a raincoat against rain. ''The stress just rolls right off of you,'' she says.
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