FACC, lead author and director of the Center for Natural Medicine and Prevention, "Previous research on Transcendental Meditation has shown reductions in blood pressure, psychological stress, and other risk factors for heart disease, irrespective of ethnicity.
What does CNM stand for?
CNM stands for Center for Natural Medicine (Portland, OR)
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We have 122 other meanings of CNM in our Acronym Attic
- Celebrate New Life Tabernacle (Tallahassee, FL)
- Conseil National pour les Libertés en Tunisie (French: National Council for Freedom in Tunisia)
- Conseil National des Loisirs et du Tourisme Adaptés (French: National Council of Recreation and Adapted Tourism)
- City of North Las Vegas (Nevada)
- Cabrillo National Monument (US NPS)
- Caisse Nationale Mutualiste (French: National Mutual Fund)
- Cantieri Navali del Mediterraneo (Italian watercraft company)
- Carbon Nanotube Manufacturing
- Carlsbad, NM, USA (Airport Code)
- Center for Nanoscale Materials
- Center for New Media (Countryside High School; Florida)
- Center for New Music
- Center for Nonprofit Management (Nashville, TN, USA)
- Central Nevada Museum
- Central New Mexico Community College (Albuquerque, NM, USA)
- Centre de la Nature Montagnarde (French nature center)
- Centre National du Mime (French: National Mime Center)
- Centro Nacional de Metrologia (Queretaro, Mexico)
- Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica (Spain)
- Centronuclear Myopathy
Samples in periodicals archive:
Being cited this year for recognition in the Woman-Owned Business category is the Alaska Center for Natural Medicine in Fairbanks, a natural health clinic owned by Heather Carmichael.
When researchers from the Center for Natural Medicine and Prevention at the College of Maharishi Vedic Medicine, in Fairfield, Iowa, and the University of California, Los Angeles, had 60 African-American men and women with high blood pressure meditate 20 minutes twice a day or attend a health education group for seven months, they found that those meditating reduced their overall risk of a heart attack by up to 11 percent, and their stroke risk up to 15 percent.