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How Loyola's Meditating Med Students Are Transcending Stress
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25 February 2016
On 25 February 2016 Chicago Public Media - WBEZ91.5 Radio reported: Tony Sarabia, host of The Morning Shift on National Public Radio member station WBEZ in Chicago, interviewed Transcendental Meditation teacher Dr. Carla Brown and Loyola University medical student Danielle Terrell. The Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University in Chicago is the first major US medical school to offer a class in Transcendental Meditation. The radio show explored the class, why it's being offered, and how the students are using the TM technique to manage the stress and workload of their demanding educational programme. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of education.
Listen to the 15-minute February 24 interview—''How Loyola's Meditating Med Students Are Transcending Stress''—online on public radio station WBEZ91.5.
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Global Good News comment:
On Thursday, February 25, Dr. Carla Brown, Danielle Terrell, and Dr. Linda Brubaker, Dean of the Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, are featured in a discussion about Transcendental Meditation on the television show ''Chicago Tonight'' on station WTTW 11. The show is broadcast 7-8pm (US Central Time), and can be watched online, with an app, or as a podcast. Visit the show's web page for details about ''Loyola University Offers Medical Students Meditation to Combat Stress.''
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