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Keeping 3 Fingers on the Pulse

At Maharishi University of Management (MUM), students come from all around the world to learn from the best of the best about health and how to improve it through the ancient system of Maharishi AyurVeda.

Undergraduate Physiology and Health students study with top-notch Maharishi AyurVedic professors, MDs, and Vaidyas with decades of experience, and then put that knowledge to work in a practicum class in the local Integrative Wellness Center.

One thing that such students learn is Maharishi AyurVedic pulse diagnosis, which is a powerful tool for learning...

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Germany, China Show Interest in MUM Health Findings

Both the German and European hypertension and heart associations are now evaluating research on the Transcendental Meditation technique as a treatment for high blood pressure and prevention of heart disease, thanks to recent visits by Robert Schneider, MD, FACC, dean of the Maharishi College of Perfect Health.

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CFO Of MAPI Talks About The MUM Business Program

In this new video, Naya Raj Baral, Chief Financial Officer of Maharishi Ayurvedic Products International and MUM Alumnus, talks about his transformational experience as a business student at Maharishi University of Management.

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Dr. Schneider Meets with India’s New Health Minister

Faculty member Robert Schneider, MD, FACC, traveled to India last month as a guest of the Indian government to deliver an invited address at the World Ayurveda Congress.

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New Integrative Wellness Center Offers Internship Opportunities to Undergraduates

Beginning in the Fall 2014 semester, the Health and Physiology department celebrated the opening of the new Integrative Wellness Center, offering Maharishi Ayurveda wellness consultations to students, faculty and staff. The center is run independently by Dr. Jim Davis, an Osteopathic physician, and was created to provide practicum internship opportunities for the Physiology and Health students, as well as offer free or low-cost health services to the university community.

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