Past News Releases

Sense of Purpose in Life May Be A Potent Survival Tool for Many HIV Patients

Contact: Gail Ironson, M.D., Ph.D. For Release: Immediately A patient in the middle range of HIV illness who holds a…

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Recession’s Hit To Health Hardest on Least Educated

Contact: Jennifer Morozink Boylan, Ph.D. For Release: Immediately Risk for heart attack and stroke increased much more for adults who…

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Physical Activity May Provide A Surprising Shield Against Stress

Contact: Thomas Kamarck, Ph.D. For Release: Immediately Get moving. Even if it’s only frequent, brief breaks to walk away from…

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Marital Splits May Shorten Life Through Spiral of Discontent, Unhealthy Behavior

Contact: Kyle Bourassa, M.A. For Release: Immediately There’s solid evidence that adults who are divorced die earlier overall than married…

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Body’s Stress Signal Stays High Longer in the Poor

Contact: Felice Le-Scherban, Ph.D. For Release: Immediately Stress happens to us all, but our bodies don’t provide “equal opportunity” defense…

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Too Little Deep, Slow-Wave Sleep Could Lower Your Body’s Shield Against Stress

Contact: Ryan C. Brindle, Ph.D. For Release: Immediately Deep sleep may provide a surprising buffer against the toll that daytime…

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Too Little Sleep in Prime of Life May Remodel the Heart — and Shorten Your Life

Contact: Roger S. McIntyre For Release: Immediately Sleeping less than seven hours a night in youth and middle age changes…

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Feeling Unfairly Treated Damages Women’s Health

Contact: Karen A. Matthews, Ph.D. For Release: Immediately Bigotry may take a toll on the body: Women in their 40s…

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APS to Work with Media Pro

Contact: info@psychosomatic.org For Release: Immediately Dear APS member: We are pleased to inform you that the American Psychosomatic Society has…

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