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Yoga is an ancient system of practices used to balance the mind and body through exercise, meditation (focusing thoughts), and control of breathing and emotions. Yoga is being studied as a way to relieve stress and treat sleep problems in cancer patients.
WWP's Physical Health and Wellness Program hosts wounded veterans for fitness and nutrition seminar

WWP's Physical Health and Wellness Program hosts wounded veterans for fitness and nutrition seminar

The Wounded Warrior Project Physical Health and Wellness Program hosted a group of wounded veterans for a full-day fitness and nutrition seminar at Revolution Fitness in New Orleans, Louisiana. Revolution Fitness is an elite athletic training facility that combines functional training tools and innovative programs to ensure optimal physical performance. [More]
USF College of Nursing awarded NCI grant to study mindfulness-based stress reduction in breast cancer survivors

USF College of Nursing awarded NCI grant to study mindfulness-based stress reduction in breast cancer survivors

The National Cancer Institute has awarded more than $2.8 million to University of South Florida College of Nursing to study memory and concentration among breast cancer survivors using a meditation-based stress reduction intervention. [More]
ADAMAAS project focuses on developing mobile assistance system that supports users in everyday situations

ADAMAAS project focuses on developing mobile assistance system that supports users in everyday situations

A new research project at the Cluster of Excellence Cognitive Interactive Technology in Bielefeld University focuses on the development of a mobile adaptive assistance system in the form of intelligent glasses that provide unobtrusive and intuitive support in everyday situations. The technology platform is being provided by eye tracking specialist SensoMotoric Instruments. [More]
Loyola offers holistic approach to help couples manage their sexual health

Loyola offers holistic approach to help couples manage their sexual health

Cancer and cancer therapies are frequently associated with sexual dysfunction, yet this condition often goes untreated, according to specialists at Loyola Medicine's Sexual Wellness Clinic. [More]
New study finds growing use of CAM therapies among menopausal women

New study finds growing use of CAM therapies among menopausal women

The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is increasing for the treatment of menopausal symptoms but often without the guidance of a clinician. That's according to a new study reported online today in Menopause, the journal of the North American Menopause Society. [More]
New Penn study links physical activities with better sleep habits

New Penn study links physical activities with better sleep habits

Physical activities, such as walking, as well as aerobics/calisthenics, biking, gardening, golfing, running, weight-lifting, and yoga/Pilates are associated with better sleep habits, compared to no activity, according to a new study from researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. [More]
Transwestern named a finalist in 2015 NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes awards program

Transwestern named a finalist in 2015 NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes awards program

Transwestern today announces it has been named one of five finalists in the 2015 NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes awards program. Nominated in the "Workplace Wellness Hero" category, Transwestern is being recognized for its company-wide wellness program and efforts to promote a healthy work environment. [More]
Alternative rehabilitation program for women diagnosed with diastasis recti

Alternative rehabilitation program for women diagnosed with diastasis recti

A series of online exercises and on demand curriculum is now available for women battling a not so well-known condition called diastasis recti. Founder, Raintree Sumazin, retired ballerina, pilates and yoga instructor, and certified holistic health counselor, brought this program to life after herself recovering from 8 finger diagnosis of the condition. [More]
Study reveals how attitudes, beliefs of cancer patients drive complementary and alternative medicine use

Study reveals how attitudes, beliefs of cancer patients drive complementary and alternative medicine use

A new study has shed light on how cancer patients' attitudes and beliefs drive the use of complementary and alternative medicine. Published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the findings may help hospitals develop more effective and accessible integrative oncology services for patients. [More]
Workplace mindfulness-based intervention reduces stress levels of employees

Workplace mindfulness-based intervention reduces stress levels of employees

A study by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found that a workplace mindfulness-based intervention reduced stress levels of employees exposed to a highly stressful occupational environment. [More]
Workplace mindfulness-based intervention reduces stress levels and risk of burnout

Workplace mindfulness-based intervention reduces stress levels and risk of burnout

A study by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found that a workplace mindfulness-based intervention reduced stress levels of employees exposed to a highly stressful occupational environment. [More]
Relaxation response has significant impact on patients with gastrointestinal disorders

Relaxation response has significant impact on patients with gastrointestinal disorders

A pilot study has found that participating in a nine-week training program including elicitation of the relaxation response had a significant impact on clinical symptoms of the gastrointestinal disorders irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease and on the expression of genes related to inflammation and the body's response to stress. [More]
Mindfulness meditation can reduce pain, anxiety in healthy individuals

Mindfulness meditation can reduce pain, anxiety in healthy individuals

When Rebecca Erwin was a varsity rower at the University of North Carolina, the coach had the team's members take a yoga and meditation class. [More]
Loyola takes holistic approach to help couples manage their sexual health

Loyola takes holistic approach to help couples manage their sexual health

Sexual dysfunction is common among couples, yet it often goes untreated, according to specialists at Loyola University Health System's Sexual Wellness Clinic. [More]
Inergetics announces launch of branded CBD-based nutritional supplement

Inergetics announces launch of branded CBD-based nutritional supplement

Inergetics,Inc., a world-class developer of NSF Certified nutritional and consumer health products, announced today the launch of Nulief, a branded nutritional supplement offering the holistic benefits associated with Cannabidiol (CBD). [More]
RMANJ acquires IVF New Jersey

RMANJ acquires IVF New Jersey

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey, a world-renowned leader in the field of infertility, today announced the strategic acquisition of IVF New Jersey Fertility and Gynecology Center, one of the largest fertility centers in New Jersey. [More]
Yoga could help reduce depression in pregnant women

Yoga could help reduce depression in pregnant women

In a small pilot study, researchers at Brown University, Butler Hospital, and Women & Infants' Hospital have found evidence suggesting that yoga could help pregnant women with significant depression reduce the severity of the mood disorder. [More]
BMC researchers to play key role in examining best treatment for acute low back pain

BMC researchers to play key role in examining best treatment for acute low back pain

Boston Medical Center researchers are part of a national clinical trial that will examine how best to treat acute low back pain and potentially prevent it from being chronic. BMC will receive $2.3 million for its role in the five-year study that was recently approved for a $14 million award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute. [More]
Use of mind and body approaches to improve health, well-being remains high among Americans

Use of mind and body approaches to improve health, well-being remains high among Americans

More Americans of all ages are rolling out their yoga mats in an effort to improve their health. A large nationally representative survey shows that the number of Americans using mind and body approaches to improve health and well-being remains high. Of note is a significant increase in the use of yoga since 2002. In addition, almost as many Americans practice meditation or receive chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation. [More]
Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation offers tips to help caregivers cope with challenges

Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation offers tips to help caregivers cope with challenges

Husbands and wives, parents and children, siblings and others are taking on the role of caregiver for family members who are unable to care for themselves due to disabilities, chronic health conditions or the challenges related to aging. In fact, more than 90 million caregivers – two out of five adults – are now providing that daily care, an increase of 30% since 2010. [More]
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