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Religious devotees worry about evolution of meditation in the U.S. and other health news

Great reads from the wellness beat to keep you and your family empowered, inspired and well-informed.
Great reads from the wellness beat to keep you and your family empowered, inspired and well-informed.
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Here are today's top stories on the wellness beat, compiled with the health and safety of your family in mind.

For analysis of new research, insights into the work of wellness reporter Kelsey Dallas and more great articles, follow the Facebook page "I Love Being Healthy."

Physical health

Non-profit grocery store opens in Boston, USA Today

Why surgeons make catastrophic mistakes, Pacific Standard

More preventive health services approved for no-cost coverage, NPR

Mental well-being

Painkillers resist abuse, but experts still worry, The New York Times

Heroin doesn't have to be a killer, Nicholas Kristof, The New York Times

Some people get SAD in the summer, New York Magazine

Spiritual wholeness

Religious devotees worry about the 'yoga-ization' of meditation in the U.S., The Washington Post

What the man described as 'the next Darwin' has to say about God, Relevant

The scarcity mindset: What happens when you have too little, Deseret News National

Email: kdallas@deseretnews.com Twitter: @kelsey_dallas