Mindfulness Yoga May Reduce Anxiety, Depression in Parkinson’s Patients - Parkinson's News Today

How Mindfulness Can Enhance Intimate Relationships - Psychology Today


Pain, Addiction, Depression, Anxiety

How mindfulness helped one woman battle opioids - WHYY

How Mindfulness Can Reshape Negative Thought Patterns - Psychology Today

U.S. Leads in the Worldwide Anxiety Epidemic - Psychology Today

Pop Culture & Lifestyle

The Trouble with Mindfulness - Psychology Today

Mindfulness meditation in America has a capitalism problem - VOX

Overlooked No More: S.N. Goenka, Who Brought Mindfulness to the West - The New York Times

Stop forcing your mindfulness on me - Fast Company

Trend for mindfulness magazines continues - Better Retailing

Download Festival to debut mindfulness programme - BT

Download Festival launches mindfulness programme for 2019 - Event Industry News

Download Festival announces mindfulness initiative Mind The Dog for 2019 edition - NME

Kids, Education

The Deception of Buddhist-Based Mindfulness in Our Schools and the Dangers It Poses - African Centre for Law and Justice

Can mindfulness help stressed teachers stay in the classroom? - PBS

Future of Mindfulness research at Oxford secured with new professorship - Oxford Mindfulness Centre

Schools asked to take a 'mindful moment' to raise money for mental health - TES

Jewish mental health activist to spearhead ‘world’s largest mindfulness lesson’ - Jewish News


The healing power of mindfulness meditation - The Jakarta Post

Why Mindfulness Is a Must-Have Mental Skill - Entrepreneur

Dubai Business Women Council hosts Women's Health and Wellbeing Conference April 25 - ZAWYA


Rory McIlroy driven by meditation and mindfulness in pursuit of Masters 2019 glory - The Telegraph

Digital & Tech

How capitalism captured the mindfulness industry - The Guardian

Science & Research

Mindfulness-based stress reduction for women with breast cancer - Cochrane Review

Scoping Review of Mindfulness Research: a Topic Modelling Approach - Springer Link

For Busy Medical Students, Studying Meditation for Two Hours May Be Just as Beneficial as Longer Course - Rutgers Today