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Book: Research and Markets: Longevity, Regeneration, and Optimal Health: Integrating Eastern and Western Perspectives

July 16, 2010

The Financial Post (Canada)
BusinessWire
July 14, 2010

Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/0f906f/longevity_regener)
has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons
Ltd's new book "Longevity, Regeneration, and
Optimal Health: Integrating Eastern and Western
Perspectives" to their offering.

A revolution is occurring in the Western science
of longevity, regeneration, and health that is
elucidating the potential for extended human
lifespan in an optimal state of health. This
investigation is being conducted on the
molecular, cellular, physiological, and psychological levels.

Rigorous integrative medicine research can only
be adequately developed if collaboration between
scientists and practitioners from both fields is involved.

This volume brings together researchers and
scholars from both the Indo-Tibetan traditions
and the international scientific community to
open a dialogue about the potential to build a
program of collaborative research to study the
impact of Indo-Tibetan practices on longevity and health.

Indo-Tibetan Buddhism claims that its core of
meditative, yogic, and related practices can
potentially produce dramatic enhancements of
physiological and psychological functioning, and
a substantial body of Western scientific evidence
is supportive of these claims.

The evidence includes direct and indirect
clinical medicine and data from basic science
research in physiology, neurobiology, and medicine.

The reports in this volume establish a basis for
a program of research that will advance our
current understanding of longevity and health

For more information visit
http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/0f906f/longevity_regener

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Longevity, Regeneration, and Optimal Health:
Integrating Eastern and Western Perspectives
John Wiley and Sons Ltd,
June 2010,
Pages: 352
Price: Eur 83.00

A revolution is occurring in the Western science
of longevity, regeneration, and health that is
elucidating the potential for extended human
lifespan in an optimal state of health. This
investigation is being conducted on the
molecular, cellular, physiological, and psychological levels.

Rigorous integrative medicine research can only
be adequately developed if collaboration between
scientists and practitioners from both fields is
involved. This volume brings together researchers
and scholars from both the Indo-Tibetan
traditions and the international scientific
community to open a dialogue about the potential
to build a program of collaborative research to
study the impact of Indo-Tibetan practices on longevity and health.

Indo-Tibetan Buddhism claims that its core of
meditative, yogic, and related practices can
potentially produce dramatic enhancements of
physiological and psychological functioning, and
a substantial body of Western scientific evidence
is supportive of these claims. The evidence
includes direct and indirect clinical medicine
and data from basic science research in physiology, neurobiology, and medicine.

The reports in this volume establish a basis for
a program of research that will advance our
current understanding of longevity and health
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