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How they beat stress

Drum circles are becoming a popular way for people to get in tune with the body's rhythms

By Ann Trieger Kurland
Globe Correspondent / January 29, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- Arnold Thomas, a banker in Malden, was still dressed in office garb -- dark slacks, gray button-down shirt, cellphone attached to his belt -- when he settled into a chair in a Cambridge classroom after work and wedged an African djembe drum between his knees. (Full article: 1326 words)

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