This is my first time here and I hope it's okay for me to post this, but I conduct research with a lab at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts that is investigating how mindfulness techniques may reduce symptoms of asthma. I am part of Professor Ellen Langer's lab (our website: http://www.wjh.harvard.edu/~langer/
We are trying to reach out to the Cambridge/Boston asthma community in case there are individuals interested in participating. If you would like to join, please contact me at email@example.com , and I will forward you further information on the study, which pays $40 for 4 hours of participation.
Thank you so much and we hope you'll consider joining!
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