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Doctors, social workers report positive results of meditation

Cat Lynch, center, and Kathryn Crago, right, lead a group of veterans through a meditation process at the Stratton VA Medical Center in Albany. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
Cat Lynch, center, and Kathryn Crago, right, lead a group of veterans through a meditation process at the Stratton VA Medical Center in Albany. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
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Officially, the jury may still be out on whether Transcendental Meditation is the best treatment available for sufferers of post traumatic stress disorder. Sarina J. Grosswald, however, has her mind made up. “In 2004, there was a study that showed meditation produced a dramatic reduction in stress, and that’s what got me focused on the effectiveness of TM in regards to PTSD,” said Grosswald, director of programs for the David Lynch Foundation’s Operation Warrior Wellness. ...


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