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  1. Stress Squeezes 4 in 10 Americans

    Jan. 30, 2007 -- Four in 10 Americans often feel stressed, a Gallup poll shows. U.S. stress levels haven't changed much in recent years. Since 1994, between 33% and 42% of Americans have reported frequent stress. In the latest Gallup poll, of 1,010 adults telephoned Dec. 11-14 of last year, 38% repo

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  2. Stress May Have Caused Man's Amnesia

    Oct. 24, 2006 -- Jeffrey Alan Ingram didn't know his name or how he had ended up in Denver. So he went on TV and asked if anyone recognized him. Someone did -- his fiancée, who was back in Olympia, Wash. According to wire reports, the 40-year-old Ingram left his Olympia home on Sept. 6 with plans to

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  3. Instant Stress Busters

    by Lisa Goff How to go from crazed to calm Yesterday, I stormed out of the drugstore without waiting for my prescription. True, the elderly woman at the front of the line was painstakingly paying for her order in nickels. But it was obvious that stress was getting to me. Our bodies are hardwired to

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  4. Mental Stress for Hurricane Survivors

    May 12, 2006 -- With the Atlantic hurricane season starting in less than two weeks, a new report shows that hurricanes can cast a long shadow on survivors' mental health mental health. The report comes from sociology graduate student David Russell and colleagues at Florida State University. Russell'

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  5. How to Cope With Tax-Time Stress

    Spring is the season when the cherry trees and cottonwoods bloom. For Barbara Halpern, spring is also the season when her workweek blooms to 80 hours or more. Accompanying those long work hours are the colds, migraines, dizziness, and weight swings that plague Halpern and her colleagues at her small

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  6. Workplace Wellness

    Health conditions such as ADHD, addiction, depression, anxiety disorder, and sleep problems can indeed exact a staggering toll on the business budget. In the U.S., where depression affects nearly one in 10 people, the estimated cost of this disability in missed work days, medical expenses, and prema

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  7. Mental Stress May Hurt the Heart

    March 7, 2006 - Mental stress has long been suspected of playing an important role in heart disease, and now new research suggests that this might be true for some patients more than others. Researchers from the University of Florida found that about a third of the patients with known coronary arter

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  8. Cell Phones Raise Work-Home Stress

    Dec. 14, 2005 -- Increasing use of cell phones and pagers may be blurring the boundaries between work and home and raising stress levels at both places. A new study shows use of cell phones can cause work worries to spill over into home time for both men and women. But only women seem to suffer from

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  9. Exercise, Stress Management Curb Heart Disease

    April 5, 2005 -- Exercise and stress management -- along with standard medical care -- could help the hearts of people with stable heart disease. Heart disease is a leading killer in the U.S. Many people learn that they have heart disease before it's too late. For them, exercise and stress managemen

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  10. Stress Affects Memory, Problem Solving

    Oct. 25, 2004 -- It may come as no surprise that stress can take its toll on thinking. Under the gun, we're all vulnerable to less-than-optimal reasoning. However, new research shows that stress actually helps when it comes to recalling simple memorized facts. The finding is based on memory and thin

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