If you've got too much on your plate at work or feel like you don't have control over your job, the stress may lead to depression or a higher risk of death.
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"...people at mid-life reported a lot more stressors, about 19% more stress in 2010 than in 1990. And that translates to 64 more days of stress a year."
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With more people at home balancing family, work, and school, women are bearing the brunt of responsibilities, a sociolgist argues.
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Research suggests family stories can help children weather hard times—like the current COVID-19 pandemic.
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Police violence and the toll it takes on black Americans makes the devestation of COVID-19 even worse, argue researchers.
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Signals from the brain's "fear center" make it more difficult for children with anxiety and stress to regulate their emotions, research finds.
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A drop in calls to child abuse hotlines, which would normally be good news, raises concerns during the coronavirus pandemic.
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As disruptions to daily life worsen during the pandemic, more adults report using alcohol and marijuana to cope with stress.
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