A California institute demonstrates how people can actually make their heart beat in a healthier way. Through its research, the Institute of HeartMath proves that health starts with love, and that love can reduce stress. It is a method that is used by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide and more than 100 organizations--from global corporations to hospitals to government agencies and schools. This simple method is changing the world. A report from Boulder Creek, California.
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