Latest News

War and Peace (of Mind): Mindfulness training for military could help them deal with stress

Mindfulness training -- a combination of meditation and body awareness exercises -- can help U.S. Marine Corps personnel prepare for and recover from stressful combat situations. The study suggests that incorporating meditative practices into pre-deployment training might be a way to help the U.S. military reduce rising rates of stress-related health conditions, including PTSD, depression and anxiety, within its ranks.
View full story

Post your comment.


  • How exercise may energize brain cell function: Animal study

  • Male hormone testosterone cause of sex differences in parkinson's disease risk, study suggests

  • Liking on Facebook good for teens' stress, but being liked...not so much

  • Self-help books: Stressed readers or stressful reading?

  • Mother's age at birth may influence symptoms of depression in daughters

  • Stressed parent? New research shows your children may be twice as likely to have obesity

  • As menopause approaches, fluctuating estrogen increases sensitivity to stress, depression

  • Feeling feverish? It might be stress

  • Hypersexual disorder linked to overactive stress systems

  • Early life stress and adolescent depression linked to impaired development of reward circuits