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People who practice "mindfulness" — focusing their minds through techniques such as meditation — have quantifiable increases in their psychological well-being and an increased sense of autonomy, new research has found.

In a series of studies, Kirk Warren Brown, a psychologist at the University of Rochester, found that university students, working adults and cancer patients all showed more vitality, optimism and happiness, and reduced depression, stress and anxiety, after regularly focusing their minds by paying attention to breathing and similar techniques.

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