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Changing Global Health One Stitch at a Time

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Published on Jan 24, 2014

Knit and crochet have therapeutic benefits to mood, mind and body. Video highlights the latest clinical studies from Harvard Medical School, the Mayo Clinic, and more...

Changing Global Health One Stitch at a Time features interviews on the healing aspects of the hand/brain connection with Dr. Carrie Barron, Psychiatrist, Columbia College of Physicians and Dr. Alton Barron, Orthopedic Surgeon, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital (co-authors of The Creativity Cure); Carol Caparosa, Founder of Project Knitwell, on teaching knitting to nurses to relieve compassionate care burnout; Maxine Levinson, Teaching Artist and leader in teaching these skills to hospital patients; and knit and crochet enthusiasts of all ages who have benefitted from knitting and crochet. ©2014

Music Credits:
(in order of appearance)

Album: Paris Under A Grove
Song: "Battery Vox"

Album: Cantoma
Song: "Paloma" (Mudds Slender Loris Mix)

Album: Cantoma
Song: "Belafia"

Chris Corley
1123 Music

Album: Paris Under A Grove
Song: "Le Perif"


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