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University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Madison, WI 53703-2637
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At the Intersection of Kindness and Science, Center Team Gets to Sesame Street
January 19, 2017

Sesame Street, one of the most beloved and longest-standing children's shows, is emphasizing kindness in its upcoming season with the help of the Center for Healthy Minds

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​Center for Healthy Minds Flourishes with Transition to Letters & Science and Facility Move
January 13, 2017

The Center continues to grow with its transition to a new building and the College of Letters and Science

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Healthy Minds Brief: Meditation, Sleep, Emotion, Awareness
December 8, 2016

Does meditation change the brain, even during sleep? Does awareness shape how we perceive emotions?

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The Number Game Behind Neuroscience Research
October 17, 2016

Center for Healthy Minds Scientist Jeanette Mumford shares how statistics play a role in neuroscience research

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Meeting of the Minds
September 21, 2016

Center faculty member John Dunne fosters cross-disciplinary connections that lead to revolutionary research

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Mind Over Matter? Mapping the Two-Way Street of the Brain and Immune System
September 1, 2016

Center for Healthy Minds studies explore the influence of the brain on inflammatory diseases such as asthma

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Center for Healthy Minds Teams Up with Madison Police Department to Foster Officer Well-Being
August 23, 2016

A pilot study from the Center will explore the impact of mindfulness-based practices on officers’ physical and mental well-being

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Intensive Meditation Practices Linked to Slower Respiration Rate
August 15, 2016

How can long-term meditation practice - and especially intensive training - have a lasting impact on practitioners in their everyday lives?

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Raising Body Temperature Relieves Depression Symptoms, Small Study Finds
May 11, 2016

A study led by Center faculty member Charles Raison suggests that raising body temperature to the point of a mild fever reduces depression symptoms for up to 6 weeks following a single treatment

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Unique Trauma Calls for Unique Treatments – Backed by Neuroscience
April 28, 2016

Center scientists use brain imaging to reveal the complexity, range of response, and symptoms for individuals with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder