A first-of-its-kind training at Norwich University seeks to determine whether meditation can improve troops’ performance. Ultimately, researchers hope the training might be made available across all branches of the military to help inoculate troops from acute post-traumatic stress disorder, which has reached epidemic proportions and is blamed for a record number of suicides in the ranks.
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