The Pittsburgh Post Gazette – June 24, 2023 The COVID-19 pandemic has officially ended, but life still feels hard. Rates of depression and anxiety were high before the pandemic, they increased during
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The Washington Post – February 13, 2023 This February, the world’s top athletes will gather in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics, striving to surpass what’s possible in human performance.
The Washington Post – May 22, 2022 This February, the world’s top athletes will gather in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics, striving to surpass what’s possible in human performance.
The New York Times – Feb 18, 2022 Yardley Wong, captive on the Japanese cruise ship grappling with the coronavirus, captured in a single image the essence of life under
Professor David Creswell and Olympian Apolo Ohno share how mindfulness training helps athletes and others This February, the world’s top athletes will gather in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics,
Equa Health Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business Industry: Health & Wellness Founding Student Name(s): Mathew Polowitz Brief Description of Solution: Equa is a personalized mindfulness training technology that
Carnegie Mellon University – Jun 5, 2020 As the weeks of self-isolation tick by, people are seeking ways to manage stress in the absence of normal interactions. Previous studies have
Greater Good Magazine – Oct 28, 2019 A new study suggests that practicing acceptance helps reduce our stress more than simple mindful awareness. Life can be stressful. Whether it’s the
Mashable – Mar 1, 2019 March Mindfulness is our new series that examines the explosive growth in mindfulness and meditation technology — culminating in Mashable’s groundbreaking meditation bracket contest. Because
Philadelphia Inquirer – Feb 12, 2019 When it comes to the growing problem of loneliness in America, many have cited one main culprit: smartphones. They interrupt conversation. Constantly distract us.
Psychology Today – Oct 23, 2018 Mindfulness in the workplace can improve productivity and more. A new study in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology has found that mindfulness training offered in the workplace can improve productivity and