A Research and Demonstration Project:

Effects of the Transcendental Meditation program
on Neurophysiology, Cognitive Development,
and Health in College Students

TM in Education

CBS Sunday Morning June 2006 ( video replay: 5:30 min)



ABC News May 2006 ( video replay: 5:30 min)

Drug-Free Approach for ADHD

ABC News (KGO-TV San Francisco) May 6, 2006

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Conference Promotes Meditation in School

The Boston Globe May 5, 2006

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Teachers get a lesson helping stressed teens know some ‘inner bliss’

The Providence Journal May 2006

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Clear Your Mind

NEA TODAY (The magazine of the National Education Association)
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Are the Kids Alright

Hemispheres (The inflight magazine of United Airlines ) March 2006

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Meditation Helps Students

International Herald Tribune, February 15, 2005

New York—New research appears to be strengthening the case for teaching transcendental meditation in U.S. schools, showing it to be a means to improve the concentration of students and a way to enhance their physical and mental well-being.
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Trend of meditation remedies grows on campuses

The Daily Collegian (Penn State University), December 9, 2005

A growing trend in the country that may reduce stress, create clearer thinking and help academic achievement is here. And it’s not in pill form. Transcendental Meditation is hitting the mainstream via universities and training sessions across the country.
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Can Transcendental Meditation really improve your health?

Canadian National Television (CTV), June 2, 2005, ( video replay: 4 min)

Dr. Rhonda Low describes new research on the Transcendental Meditation program, and discusses its potential for preventing illnesses and improving quality of life.
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Transcendental Meditation in Schools

NBC Today Show, June 5, 2003

View this 5-minute NBC Today feature on Transcendental Meditation and education.
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Hypertension: Meditation may help black teens cut their blood pressure

Washington Post, April 13, 2004

The prevalence of high blood pressure among blacks in the United States is among the highest in the world, and it develops at an early age.
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Relaxation best medicine for hyper students

The DC Examiner, March 17, 2005
Instead of rushing to pop a pill, children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder should take a 10-minute breather to increase their concentration, an Alexandria researcher says.
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Better Grades By Meditating

CBS 2 Chicago, March 10, 2004

What if the answer to better math grades was as simple as meditation? New research shows that kids who practice transcendental meditation may get a big bonus when they hit the books.
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Transcendental Meditation:
Stress-reducing relaxation may improve life expectancy

Washington Post, May 3, 2005

This study followed 202 people for up to 18 years after they participated in two studies that had randomly assigned them to practice TM or other relaxation methods intended to lower stress and reduce their high blood pressure.
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Meditate Your Way to a Healthy Heart

PREVENTION Magazine, September 12, 2005

TM twice a day improves cardio-vascular health.
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