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10 May 2005
On 10 May 2005 The Scotsman reported:
'Transcendental Meditation (TM) may help adults with high blood pressure live longer, as well as reduce stress.' In a summary of medical research, the United Kingdom publication, The Scotsman, informed readers of new research on TM showing that those practising the simple mental technique 'not only had lower blood pressures than those in other groups, but were 30 per cent less likely to die from cardiovascular disease and 49 per cent less likely to die from cancer.'
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The article quoted Dr Robert Schneider, author of the study and faculty member of the Maharishi University of Management in Iowa, as saying that Transcendental Meditation was effective in 'waking up the body's own self-repair mechanisms'.
Dr Schneider was also quoted as saying, 'There are many non-drug techniques for reducing blood pressure, but none ... extend life.'
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