UC Berkeley researchers find that creativity and engaging in art may help to lower inflammation that leads to disease, including diabetes, heart attacks and cancer.
Mindfulness Meditation has demonstrable, positive effects on brain and immune functions.
Psychiatry research and neuroimaging: mindfulness practice leads to increased brain gray matter density.
Patients can learn to successfully control regions of the brain through meditation and mindfulness, leading to positive impacts on pain and disease.
Stanford University article on the latest discovery toward a cure. January/February 2016
Research collected by the National Cancer Institute. No longer the second leading cause of death in 21 states - cancer is THE leading cause of death in nearly half of the United States.
A study conducted by Stanford University shows the positive effect that walking has on creativity and creative ideation.
This review explores the relationship between engagement with the creative arts and health outcomes.
Testing the Feasibility and Acceptability of a Chaplaincy Intervention to Improving Treatment Attitudes and Self-Efficacy of Adolescents With Cystic Fibrosis: A Pilot Study
Creative modalities offer nurses a new perspective on how to care for patients. The link between creativity and healing is well documented. In response to this, many hospitals have instituted programs that include arts and creativity.