A Serene Approach to Daily Stress May Help the Older Mind Stay Sharp

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Stress Can Increase Unhealthy “Couch Potato” Behavior – But Only Certain Kinds of Stress

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Feeling Way Old — But You’re Not? Your Body Could Be Sending Signals

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Depression After Heart Attack and Stroke—A Dangerous Treatment Lag

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How Our Bodies Cope with Stress: Does Sexual Orientation Matter?

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Meditation: The Brain Reveals That Different Types May Have Some Different Benefits

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Better Neighborhood Resources Buffer Children from Damaging Health Effects of Poverty

Contact: Danielle Roubinov, Ph.D. For Release: Immediately There’s a solid link between a family’s socioeconomic status (SES) and children’s health:…

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Higher Blood Pressure Tied To Riskier Health Behaviors and Dampened Emotional Responses

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Weight Training Can Boost The Energy of Fatigued Pregnant Women

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Smartphones: The Digital Security Blanket For Temporary Relief of “Social Freeze”

Contact: John Hunter, M.A. For Release: Immediately That socially awkward meeting with new colleagues . . . a looming, dreaded…

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