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17 MAY 13
Living a Healthy Lifestyle May Help Alleviate the Effects of Work-Related Stress
BY Charlene J. Owen Chronic stress isn't good for the body, so don't make it worse by "coping" with an unhealthy habit.
09 MAY 13
Quick and Sneaky De-Stressing Tips for Moms
BY Jennifer Chan Don't have time to go to the spa? Check out these practical de-stressing tips.
08 MAY 13
Self-Affirmation May Improve Performance in Problem-Solving Tasks
BY Charlene J. Owen Researchers recommend focusing on the things that matter before jumping into a major task.
29 APR 13
Intermittent Stress May Help Improve Memory and Alertness, Study Says
BY Charlene J. Owen New research says that short instances of stress may be good for you.
23 APR 13
You Can Use Stress and Stage Fright to Your Benefit, Study Says
BY Charlene J. Owen Stress and stage fright may have negative reputations, but researchers say that changing your perception about them may help during certain situations.
12 APR 13
Stressed Mothers May Give Birth to Children with Mood Disorders, Study Says
BY Charlene J. Owen Expectant women should do their best to stay calm and happy not just for their sakes, but for their children as well.
29 MAR 13
Experiencing Job Burnout May Increase Risk of Coronary Heart Disease
BY Charlene J. Owen Being unhappy and unsatisfied with your job may be more harmful than you think.
28 MAR 13
Stressful Recollections May Increase Inflammation Risk
BY Charlene J. Owen Thinking too much about past negative situations may take its toll on your health.
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