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School-based mindfulness training may reduce stress & trauma and have a role to play in minimising bullying, ragging & similar unhealthy behavior patterns

BY ANDREW M. SEAMAN | Fri Dec 18, 2015 4:59pm EST

(Reuters Health) – Middle-school students in urban areas may benefit from in-school mindfulness programs, a new study suggests. 132 more words


What are you?

What are you some kind of jerk?  When I took my math homework to my Dad I would eventually be hit with this question in his loud angry voice.  119 more words

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Drones Could Be Key Life-Saving Tool During Natural Disasters

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—When disasters cut people off from help, it also leaves them vulnerable to disease.

As Alex DeMetrick reports, one possible solution combines medicine with drones. 229 more words


Speed = Distance Over Time

Okay class, pencils down. I’m going to hit you with the truth really quick – the truth that your teachers probably never taught you in your classes. 1,197 more words

Be The Match

Some Sort of Hope?

For the first time in a long time, I am feeling somewhat hopeful. Although I am also afraid this was some sort of fluke.

Thursday June 23rd 2016, something changed. 405 more words

Chronic Illness

Jon Pierroz - Adversity to Triumph

Jon Pierroz – Adversity to Triumph

Jon Pierroz interview by Courage to Shine™ and he just got married this month.

Classic Bladder Exstrophy

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Weekly Highlights for June 24

Catch up on the latest advancement news worldwide, the latest CASE news, trending discussions on CASE communities and content shared by member institutions.

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