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Robert H. Schnider,  a physician, scientist and educator, has been been researching the effects of meditation on health for over 30 years. He instructs doctors in medical schools and major health centres around the world on the scientific basis of mind-body medicine and meditation in prevention and treatment of disease (especially cardiovascular disease). 
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Greg Cook has a passion for bringing meditation practice into the public domain. To help with that goal he has analysed over one hundred research papers and compiled a comprehensive article summarising the benefits of meditation and mindfulness. In this article he includes links to the articles and papers he has analysed (some being meta-analysis of other studies), and categorised his findings into seventy-six health benefits. Click here to read article →

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In this paper David O. Black and Norman Rosenthal discuss how meditation may help children and young adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). In this perspective piece, they present six carefully evaluated individuals with diagnosed ASDs, who appear to have benefited from from learning meditation, and offer some thoughts as to how this technique might help such individuals. Click here to read paper

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In this article (20 Scientific Reasons to Start Meditating Today) Emma Seppala talks about her experiences with mantra meditation and provides numerous links to scientific studies regarding the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual benefits attributed to the practice of meditation and mindfulness.
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In this article by Laura Blue researchers found a 48% reduction in the overall risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from any cause among members of the meditation group compared to those from the health education group. “It’s like discovering a whole new class of medications,” Schneider says of the power of meditation in improving the patients’ health.
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David Orme-Johnson Phd is one of the principal researchers in the world of meditation, having over 100 publications to his name, mostly in peer-reviewed journals. On his website he has links to almost 400 research papers conducted on the positive effects of meditation for mental and physical health. and well-being.
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Robert Keith Wallace is a pioneering researcher on the physiology of consciousness. His work has inspired hundreds of studies on the benefits of meditation and other mind-body techniques. Dr. Wallace's findings have been published in Science, American Journal of Physiology, and Scientific American. In this article he discusses the latest research findings in the field of meditation.
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Dr. Fred Travis is known as one of the leading scientists in the field on neuroscience and has spent many years studying the effects of meditation on brain health and brain functioning. In this article Dr Fred Travis discusses the difference between various types of meditation.
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