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Mindfulness education can reduce stress and aid learning in middle and high schools, and may also help lessen the psychological impact of Covid – but it can be costly to implement.
In the US, unequal incarceration rates exact a cost on Black Americans that have long-lasting health implications.
A stressed-out filmmaker, a 92-year-old monk and the self-described "happiest man in the world" hike Argentina's Patagonia region in search of life's purpose.
The Georgie Senate's Bill 377, which would prevent university teaching on "divisive concepts" such as racism, will be a critical interference in public health education.
A summary of important health news from the past week. Covid-19 May Cause Brain Changes, Even With Mild Infection By: Shawn Radcliffe, Healthline In an article from Healthline, Shawn Radcliffe reports about a new study that finds that brain changes…
The two-week Atlanta Science Festival returns this Saturday with events around the city, culminating in an all-day celebration in Piedmont Park on March 26.