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Buddhism scholars: Meditation apps are fueling tech addition, not easing stress

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Fast Company • November 2, 2019, 9:00 am
Two researchers of Buddhism studied hundreds of Buddhism-related apps and conclude that they tend to mask the symptoms of stress rather than fundamentally addressing the root problem. In today’s…
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