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24 May 2005
On 24 May 2005 Kansas.com reported:
The Transcendental Meditation Programme (TM), known for reducing stress, now appears to lower death rates. The mention of the newest study on the simple mental technique appeared in a regular column, Health Briefs, which offers Kansas.com readers the lastest news in the field of health.
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The write-up cited the research published in the May issue of the American Journal of Cardiology, which showed that seniors with elevated blood pressure who practised the TM programme for 20 minutes twice a day had 'nearly a third lower rate of death from heart disease than those who didn't practise meditation.'
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