Stress

Managing Stress

We all know what stress feels like. The jittery stomach and sweaty palms when you walk into an important job interview. The soaring blood pressure

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Coping with Infertility

When getting pregnant doesn’t happen easily, it may come as a surprise. But when pregnancy is unattainable after repeated fertility treatments, the stress can precipitate

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Pain and Stress

Have you ever noticed how aches and pains seem to fade when your adrenaline is really pumping? Or have you ever felt pain deep in

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When a Pet Dies

Momi Correa’s love affair with her Siamese cat, Suzuki, went deeper and lasted longer than any relationship she ever had with a man. Nearly two

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Aging and Stress

At any age, stress is a part of life. Young and old alike have to face difficult situations and overcome obstacles. While young adults struggle

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Sweating Away Stress

Your job leaves you frazzled, your bank account is shrinking, and the paper is full of bad news. Rather than breaking into an (unhealthy) sweat,

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Grief and Stress

Despite the talk about the “stages of grief,” there’s no real guide to mourning. Each person reacts to loss in his or her own way.

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Sleep and Stress

During the downhill ski competition at the 2006 winter Olympics, American Lindsey Kildow took a crushing fall that landed her in the hospital for a

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Accountants

No one would consider being an accountant as dangerous an occupation as, say, race-car driving or coal-mining. But Alan Franciscus, a former accountant at a

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Bus Drivers

Her scrunched-up shoulders and urge to weep when she got to work told Christine Zook all she needed to know about her future as a

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Camera Operators

As a freelance cameraman for domestic and international news outlets for 16 years, David Lee has witnessed disaster on an epic scale. His work has

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