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30 OCT 13
How You React to Trauma May Predict Your Risk of Anxiety and Depression
BY Charlene J. Owen Wallowing in negative situations beyond your control may result in a poor quality of life.
25 OCT 13
Stress Sweat May Make You Seem Less Competent
BY Charlene J. Owen The way you perspire may alter other people’s perception of you.
21 OCT 13
A Chaotic Household May Cause Poor Health in Children
BY Charlene J. Owen Kids need more than proper diet and enough physical activity to be healthy.
16 OCT 13
30 SEP 13
3 Office Meditation Tips Every Stressed Career Woman Should Know
BY Jennifer Chan Keep work stress from eating you alive by practicing meditation.
11 SEP 13
Mindfulness May Help Reduce Stress, Says Study
BY Charlene J. Owen Researchers say that practicing controlled breathing and daily meditation may help prevent burnout.
10 SEP 13
Taking Quick Breaks May Help You Deal with Stress, Says Study
BY Charlene J. Owen The smallest of issues may cause you lose it. When stress gets the better of you, take a break.
02 SEP 13
Working Overtime Too Often May Compromise Your Health and Well-Being
BY Charlene J. Owen Giving time to other aspects of your life instead of solely focusing on your career may help you stay healthy.
23 AUG 13
Debt May Increase Risk of Hypertension and Depression in Young Adults
BY Charlene J. Owen Managing your finances properly may help you avoid headaches and other health problems later on.
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