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  1. More Than Half of All Women Report: 'We're Stressed!'

    June 1, 2000 (New York) -- Have you ever caught a cold after a big event? Or craved a candy bar when under deadline pressure at work? Ruth, 29, senior accountant at an electronic commerce company in New York City certainly has. And she?s hardly alone. These are some of the classic effects of stress,

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  2. Are You Being Infected by Stress?

    May 25, 2000 (Los Angeles) -- Many people find that they get sick more easily when they are under a lot of stress. Now researchers have found a possible reason why: The hormones our bodies release in response to stress stimulate the growth of some common bacteria. They presented their findings at a

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  3. Graduate School Can Be Bad for Your Health

    May 10, 2000 -- Call her the typical grad school student. At age 27, Marni Silverman is studying neuroscience at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. A hard-working student in her third year, she's faced with the oral exam for her thesis. Now she's obsessing about reworking it. "Everybody

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  4. Getting a Grip on Roadway Anger

    April 21, 2000 -- He was a college freshman, a hothead who drove a pickup, very often on someone's bumper. He sometimes forced drivers off the side of the road. In his back seat was a baseball bat -- to defend himself, and to threaten those who angered him. One night, a young girl did just that. She

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  5. Yet Another Reason to Avoid Stress: Sudden Death

    Jan. 17, 2000 (Minneapolis) -- In one of the first studies to show a link between mental stress and death, researchers at Yale University School of Medicine have found that stress may actually lead to sudden death. The findings are particularly important in people with a history of certain irregular

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  6. Stress Hormone Linked to Severe Aggression in Boys

    Jan. 13, 2000 (Indianapolis) -- A study published in the January edition of the Archives of General Psychiatry indicates that low levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the saliva may be an indicator of persistent aggression in boys. This may indicate a lasting biological component to this type of

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  7. Long-Term Stress May Trigger Herpes Outbreaks

    Nov. 11, 1999 (Atlanta) -- For women afflicted with genital herpes, persistent life stress can be a predictor of recurrence. A new study reported in the November 8 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine shows that the greater a woman's stress, the more likely it is that she will suffer an outbre

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