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Study finds mindfulness boosts student mental health during exams

19 December 2017   (0 Comments)

According to research from the University of Cambridge, mindfulness training helps build resilience in university students and improve their mental health. 

 

The study, which involved just over 600 Cambridge students, found that the introduction of eight-week mindfulness courses in UK universities could help prevent mental illness and boost students’ wellbeing. 

 

Read more in The Guardian