A recent study followed a group of Iranians living with HIV over a period of a year. After following MBSR training, participants had an increase in CD4—a common marker used to track immune function and HIV progression.

A new study demonstrates how mindfulness yoga can reduce depressive symptoms in expecting mothers.

Meditation: coming to a school near you? In this episode of NPR's "On Point," Tom Ashbrook looks at how mindfulness practices are being integrated into North American schools and the research that drives these programs. 

We are seeking a new member of the Mindful team to help us launch Mindful magazine and website.

The Olympics are in full swing, and it goes without saying that athletes are under extreme pressure. Is it any surprise that some are turning to meditation to help cope? 

Neema Moraveji, director of Stanford University's Calming Technology Lab, adds to the ongoing conversation about anxiety and technology by arguing that you don't have to put down your smartphone in order to get some peace. 

Heads up! About 1,152 people were treated in hospital emergency rooms in the US last year for injuries suffered while walking and using an electronic device at the same time. 

The Chicago Tribune has joined the ranks of Huffington Post, The Guardian, and the New York Times by publishing meditation teachings. 

For the first time, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) compiled data about the subjective well-being of the UK population. 

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